Why SEN role isn't new

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In a response to a news article, letter states the role for governors in the government's consultation paper isn't new. Governors have been expected to take on the role of "supporting, advising on, participating in and monitoring the effectiveness of their school's SEN provision" since at least 2001, and the implementation of the Revised Special Educational Needs Code of Practice.
Original languageEnglish
JournalEducation Guardian
Publication statusPublished - 22 Apr 2008

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In: Education Guardian, 22.04.2008.

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