Points of view

22nd April 2005 at 01:00
* You regularly devote a large part of The TES to special educational needs issues; when will you do the same for the ethnic minority achievement grant?

EMAG children make up about 15 per cent of the total school population, much the same as for SEN; also good practice for EMAG children is good practice for all children, and especially those in deprived, inner-city areas.

Christine Stammers Inner-city EMAG teacher 98 Axminster Road London N7

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