Disability training

20th June 2008 at 01:00
Teachers will receive pound;500,000 worth of training to help them support pupils with disabilities, the Training and Development Agency for Schools has announced
Teachers will receive pound;500,000 worth of training to help them support pupils with disabilities, the Training and Development Agency for Schools has announced. The money - part of a total of pound;18 million provided in the Government's Children's Plan - is intended to help trainees adapt their teaching to those with special educational needs. Their training will include sessions on dyslexia, autism and behavioural problems.

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