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Will this mean real change? 2014 the year of a new SEN system

Series: Your Autism Magazine Education Supplement 48 (2) 2014: 14-17.Publisher: 2014Subject(s): SPECIAL NEEDS | EDUCATION | HEALTH | SUPPORT SERVICES | GREAT BRITAIN | LEGISLATIONSummary: Having become law in March, the Children and Families Bill brings some major changes in the Special Educational Needs (SEN) system in England. This, together with the new SEN Code of Practice paves the way for what the government is calling the biggest transformation of the SEN system in 30 years. The changes will take effect from September 2014. Outlines the changes and their ramifications.
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Having become law in March, the Children and Families Bill brings some major changes in the Special Educational Needs (SEN) system in England. This, together with the new SEN Code of Practice paves the way for what the government is calling the biggest transformation of the SEN system in 30 years. The changes will take effect from September 2014. Outlines the changes and their ramifications.

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