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Which School? for Special Needs 2013/14 now available in print and eBook May 10, 2013

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in John Catt Educational news, New releases, Special Educational Needs.
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The 2013/14 edition of Which School for Special Needs? is now available.

The 22nd edition of this long-standing guidebook contains a comprehensive directory of independent and non-maintained schools and colleges in the UK that provide services for children and young adults with sensory or physical impairment; learning difficulties; social, emotional and behavioural difficulties; and autistic spectrum disorders.

It features full and double-page profiles of leading special schools and useful information on groups, associations and charities serving the special needs sector. The book also includes a directory of maintained special needs schools.

We also aim to highlight the latest news and initiatives from the sector in the editorial section.

This year we have excellent pieces from Claire Dorer, chief executive of the National Association of Independent Schools and Non-maintained Special Schools, and Malcolm Reeve, chair of the Federation of Leaders in Special Education and national director for SEND at the Academies Enterprise Trust, on the latest Government reforms of SEN provision.

We also have articles from educational psychologist Ruth Birnbaum on choosing a school and Katie Emsley, of Langley Wellington LLP Solictors, on the legal aspects, as well as an update from the British Paralympic Association post-2012 Games and latest information from the National Autistic Society, the RNIB, SpaceKraft and Options Group.

To order a copy of the guide, click here. To see the eBook, click here.

For any further enquiries about the guide, email us.

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