Eighteen months ago, the House of Commons Education Select Committee launched a formal inquiry into SEND. The Committee (made up of 11 MPs) published its report today.
When launching this inquiry, the committee wanted to look closely at how the 2014 SEND reforms have panned out. They set out to examine:
- how well children and young people with SEND were being assessed and supported;
- how well the system implemented the 2014 SEND reforms;
- whether funding is adequate and properly distributed;
- what co-operation between education, health and social care sectors looks like;
- and what difference the reforms have made to young adults with SEND.
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