Coming up: Too young for special school?

21st March 2003 at 00:00
"The headteacher of my special school for children with mild learning difficulties has accepted a three-year-old child for my class of four to six-year-olds against my advice. My professional judgment and expertise are being ignored. What can I do?" What do readers think? Let us know by emailing dear.ted@tes.co.uk. We pay pound;40 for every answer published

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