No place for the blame game;Letter

30th April 1999 at 01:00
IN YOUR report (TES, April 9) the National Association for Special Educational Needs' view on issues of inclusion were incorrectly headlined as "Schools blamed for bad behaviour".

We recognise this catches the reader's eye, but as an association, we do not operate in the Blame Game which is endemic in education. NASEN's draft policy on exclusion is to inform and encourage reflective practice. The actual content of the report item is correct Keith Bovair President National Association for Special Education Needs 45 Amber Business Village Amber Close Tamworth, Hampshire

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