Special treatment

6th July 2007 at 01:00
Up to pound;23 million is to be invested over the next three years to expand the number of secondary schools specialising in special educational needs. Lord Adonis, the schools minister, said this would lead to about 150 more schools becoming specialist SEN schools. He made the announcement as he congratulated 108 secondary schools on gaining specialist status this week.

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