Coping with high incidence needs

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Limited resources, difficult parents and rigid views of success and failure... Adam Twyman considers how schools manage the complications associated with high incidence needs, and challenges a range of embedded assumptions surrounding current SEN policy and practice.

DATE: 09/05/2013
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