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- Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001
- The Special Educational Needs and Disability Act
- SEND code of practice: 0 to 25 years
When the government published their Valuing People white paper in , they clearly outlined their desire to protect and discourage discrimination against disabled, learning disabled and special needs people. It also wanted them to have the same life opportunities as other people, as well as achieving social inclusion within their community.
Policy, Discourse and Rhetoric pp Cite as. On either side of the Atlantic, neoliberalism is engulfing schools with a tsunamic magnitude. In the United States under certain provisions of the No Child Left Behind there is a pernicious government disinvestment in public schools on the one hand, and an insurgency of capitalist private take overs, on the other.
Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001
With the introduction of the Children and Families Act , changes in the process of assessment and identification of children in need of special support in England and Wales have been introduced. These changes are regarded as the most significant in two decades, with consequent implications for service provision. In this paper, we suggest that there is a gap between the theoretical approach to disability portrayed in the new policy and many of the practical changes consequently introduced. To examine this mismatch, a sequence of arguments is presented, as a critical analysis of the approach introduced by the new policy, in light of a framework recognized worldwide for conceiving and classifying disability — the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health for Children and Youth ICF-CY. Although the ICF-CY is not mentioned in the new policy for special educational needs and disability, possible links between the two are presented, with implications for service provision. A considerable shift has recently been observed in the policy regulating the provision of special educational needs and disabilities SEND services for children and young people in England.
It is intended as an adjunct to the Disability Discrimination Act , which legislated to prevent the unfair treatment of individuals, in the provision of goods and services , unless justification could be proved. This legislation was deemed necessary as the previous Act did not encompass educational organisations. This was further replaced by the Disability Discrimination Act The act required schools , colleges , universities , adult education providers, statutory youth service and local education authorities to make 'reasonable provisions' to ensure people with disabilities or special needs were provided with the same opportunities as those who were not disabled. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Richard T. During the past four decades, there has been a push and continued movement to include students with disabilities in general education classrooms in Australia Foreman, While it is clear, Australia has made significant progress toward inclusive education in legislation and policy, with the passage of the Disability Discrimination Act Commonwealth of Australia, and the Disability Standards for Education Commonwealth of Australia, , similar to other western countries, like the United States Education for All Handicapped Children Act; ; Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, ; ; Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act, and United Kingdom Education Act, ; ; Special Educational Needs and Disability Act, ; The Warnock Report, , substantial challenges still remain to implementing effective inclusive practices in Australian schools. Some of these challenges relate to areas of discrete disadvantage within Sign In or Create an Account. User Tools.
The Special Educational Needs and Disability Act
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SEND code of practice: 0 to 25 years
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