Not enough cash for needs

Tes Editorial

A review of special educational needs provision in Cardiff has revealed current spending falls short. The study, carried out by the council's schools and lifelong learning service, found total funding needed over the next three years amounted to pound;1.275 million. Rising numbers of autistic pupils and advances in healthcare have contributed to ballooning costs.

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