pound;27m supports special needs changes

15th December 2000 at 00:00
SCHOOLS and local authorities will get an extra pound;27 million next year to help them comply with the new special needs Bill.

The cash will help train staff, provide advicefor parents and support children unable to attend school because of illness or injury. The Bill outlaws discrimination against people with disabilities in school.

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