SEN pupils treated fairly

11th February 2005 at 00:00
Pupils with special needs are not discriminated against by schools when they allocate places, research has found.

Admissions and exclusions of pupils with special educational needs from the National Foundation for Educational Research said schools tolerate greater disruption from special needs pupils before expelling them. The report can be seen at

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