1 in 10 primaries will get five days’ worth of additional specialist help from trained staff
Members of the Association of Educational Psychologists went on strike for the first time in decades this week
Inspectors said Hertfordshire had 'widespread and/or systemic failings leading to significant concerns' about SEND children
Findings suggest some 'rationing' of support in less affluent areas, researchers warn
Transparency campaigners cry foul as threat of injunction and massive costs prevents public interest reporting
Ali Durban responds to controversial comments by Gillian Keegan about the special needs support system being 'lose, lose, lose'
Education secretary also says parents use 'tribunal factor' to get kids into 'very expensive independent schools'
Gary Streeter MP sets out the case for the chancellor to invest quickly and substantially in SEND support
Education psychologists will strike later this autumn