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Education reforms don’t go far enough

THE biggest education reforms in a generation for children and young people with special educational needs came into effect this week – but children’s charities say the changes do not got far enough.

Help for deaf readers ‘must be stepped up’

PUBLISHERS should do more to support deaf children to learn to read effectively, says the boss of a book store that champions deaf people’s rights.

One BILLION disabled people . . .

PROFESSOR Stephen Hawking has urged governments across the world to do more to unlock the vast potential of people with disabilities, after a new report reveals there are more than one billion people with some form of disability.

Early years support

A number of schemes have been put in place by the Government to support families and young children. In most local authorities there is a...

Moving on from school and the Connexions service

People involved in supporting your child throughout their education should also play an important role in preparing their move into adult life. If your child...

Disabled Students’ Allowances

Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs) provide help for students who, because of their disability, have additional costs. They are paid in addition to the existing standard...

Further education

If you are aged between 16 and 19 you can study at school, or at a college providing further education. It’s important to think about...