Flaws in report on disabled revealed;News in Brief;News amp; Opinion

5th November 1999 at 00:00
LEAGUE tables showing how successful education authorities are at including disabled pupils in mainstream schools have been scrapped, because of a statistical error.

The Bristol-based Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education is offering refunds to purchasers of its most recent report on inclusion - featured in The TES last month. It is also considering whether it can stand by four similar previous reports, dating back ten years.

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