Charity targets learning difficulties

1st September 2000 at 01:00
THE Royal National Institute for the Blind plans to close one of its schools and relocate two others to fund more specialist teachers for visually-impaired pupils with sevee learning difficulties.

The move follows what the charity calls the "rapid, continuing and unplanned closure" of special schools for the visually-impaired.

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