Amid calls for an 'urgent review' of support, what do the figures say about the problems pupils with special needs face?
Headteacher predicts benefits change will lead to 'crisis' for SEND pupils
Scottish government figures show that children with additional support needs now make up 29% of the pupil population
Thousands of Scotland's most vulnerable children are lacking specialist support because of cuts, first minister hears
Survey highlights concerns of ed psychs: 'Priorities have changed, funding and services have been cut.'
This teacher, who has just received a New Year's honour, says his stutter made him a better teacher
Teachers and parents must work together to see school through the eyes of children with autism, says charity
When the UAE introduced a new term to describe those with SEND, opinions were split. What can we learn from the change?
We've looked back over another whirlwind year of education news and analysis to find you the most concerning statistics of 2018
With a hugely diverse 800-strong cast, this theatre company put on a truly inclusive performance of 'A Christmas Carol'
The life peer and SEND champion makes Tes' list of the 10 most influential people in the world of education in 2018
The special educational needs and disabilities support system requires a root-and-branch review, says Bernard Trafford
Parent group granted legal aid to mount High Court challenge to government's special educational needs funding policy
Little children at primary are most likely to be subjected to restraint and seclusion, argues one parent-campaigner
The complexity of the secondary environment doesn't fit well with the current SEND code of practice, argues Nancy Gedge
Parents of the pupil warn her condition could have become life-threatening if she had taken more medication that day
The move will prevent families of students with dyslexia paying 'over and over'
Additional funding unveiled by the education secretary 'isn't enough', say heads
New figures show a 20 per cent increase in SEND tribunal cases, with the majority being won by the parents
At least 2,674 'physical interventions' took place in Scottish schools last year - with some going unrecorded
Government told changes to recording of additional-support-needs staff make it impossible to tell if numbers have fallen
Based on student interviews, this is what dyslexic pupils said would be most helpful to them in the classroom
Warning comes as school leaders gather for crisis summit
Nicola Sturgeon grilled on cuts to specialist teachers amid claims that lack of training is leading to extreme measures
CEO of trust in BBC2's 'School' says he hopes the show has highlighted the urgent need for more funding
Politicians hear ‘shocking’ evidence that schools often struggle to provide the right support for children with autism
Ofsted are showing interest in SEND, but they need also to show that they're prepared to do something, says Jarlath O'Brien
Union leaders raise concerns about impact of funding shortfall on SEND pupils
Call for vulnerable parents to have a key worker to help them navigate the 'maze' of the SEND system
The festivities in school can be overwhelming for some SEND pupils – we must be aware of their needs, says this Sendco