Art scheme protest

19th January 2007 at 00:00
Special needs teachers are protesting against changes to a popular art education scheme.

The gallery at Somerset House in London offered tours of its collection to SEN pupils and sent artists to work in their schools.

A spokeswoman for the Courtauld Institute said: "It is not being wound up, but there will no longer be a full-time person dedicated to access."

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