Loophole gives LAs get-out clause for the ill and excluded

January 2010
Education (14637073);1/22/2010, Issue 379, p3
This article reports on the concern of the National Autistic Society (NAS) that Great Britain's Children, Schools and Families Act contains a loophole that will allow local authorities to deny ill and excluded children from access to full-time education. Amanda Batten of the NAS said they were that local authorities might find that services for such students was too expensive.


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