The political economy of special educational needs in Britain.

By: Tomlinson, Sally.
Contributor(s): Colquhoun, Robert F.
Series: Disability & Society 10 (2) 1995: 191-202.Publisher: 1995Subject(s): ECONOMICS | EDUCATION | TRANSITION FROM SCHOOL TO WORKSummary: This article raises questions as to how far young people regarded as having special educational needs or disabilities are prepared for participation in the economy. It focuses on those aspects of further education curriculum that emphasise skills, and the development of National Vocational Qualifications which emphasise competences.
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This article raises questions as to how far young people regarded as having special educational needs or disabilities are prepared for participation in the economy. It focuses on those aspects of further education curriculum that emphasise skills, and the development of National Vocational Qualifications which emphasise competences.

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