Delayed SEND review to reduce 'local variation'

By Dan Peters | 11 November 2021

Proposals coming out of the Government’s review of special educational needs and disability (SEND) will look to reduce ‘local variation,’ children and families minister Will Quince has suggested.

Mr Quince, who took up his role in September, also admitted that the review, which has already been delayed at least three times, will not now be published until the first quarter of next year.

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