FE is accused of failing disabled

2nd September 2011 at 01:00

Too many FE students with disabilities or learning difficulties are failing to gain the qualifications they need to get a job or continue their education, a new study has claimed. Ofsted's report on post-16 progression says there is "insufficient provision" for learners with the most severe disabilities, after they make the transition from school to college.

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