Wake-up call on complex disabilities

25th March 2011 at 00:00

Teachers need to learn new ways of working with children who have increasingly complex special needs and disabilities, Government-funded researchers have warned. The two-year Complex Learning Difficulties and Disabilities Research Project found that teachers are not equipped to support a generation of pupils with severe difficulties, who survive to school age because of medical advances.

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