Urgent ASN action

30th April 2010 at 01:00

The system for assessing the additional needs of young people requires immediate attention to make it work more effectively, a study for the National Foundation for Educational Research has found. The common assessment framework is having a positive impact in schools, researchers claimed, but better national leadership is required to ensure all agencies are working in a co-ordinated way.

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