Statutory Assessment for Special Educational Needs and the Warnock Report; the First 40 Years

@article{Lamb2019StatutoryAF,
  title={Statutory Assessment for Special Educational Needs and the Warnock Report; the First 40 Years},
  author={Brian Lamb},
  journal={Frontiers in Education},
  year={2019}
}
  • Brian Lamb
  • Published 22 October 2019
  • Political Science
  • Frontiers in Education
The Warnock report ‘Special Educational Needs’ (Warnock 1978) provided the catalyst for an enduring framework of individual statutory assessment in England for children and young people (CYP) with Special Educational Needs (SEN). . Through its implementation in the Education Act 1981, consolidated in the Education Act 1966, the report established the overall SEN framework in England for last 40 years; laying the foundation for statements of SEN and more recently Education Health and Care Plans… Expand
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