Special educational needs across two decades: survey evidence from english primary schools

@inproceedings{Croll2003SpecialEN,
  title={Special educational needs across two decades: survey evidence from english primary schools},
  author={Paul Croll and Diana Moses},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract The article considers the perceived prevalence of special educational needs in English primary schools and changes in this prevalence over two decades and relates these to issues in education policy, teacher practice and the concept of special educational needs. The studies considered are two major surveys of schools and teachers, the first conducted in 1981 and the second conducted in the same schools in 1998. Important features of both studies were their scale and the exceptionally… CONTINUE READING

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