Special Education Needs

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The inclusion debate on whether children with special needs should be included and integrated in the mainstream classes in the UK has been one of the most prolonged and protracted educational debates in the recent history of the country's education. Several reports compiled by different commissions appointed by the government have been subject of an ongoing public debate…

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Special Education Needs (SEN) refers to that extra or different wants of children will have due to the fact that such experience unusual learning difficulties something which lead to such children to experience difficulties not only in learning but also having an equal access to education, training and even work opportunity. Besides, language difficulties such children experience, numerous challenges, difficulties in cognitive process, and behavioural difficulties as well as psychomotor difficulties.
The inclusion debate has also been concerned with the continuity dilemma for children with special needs given the fact that most children with special education needs find it hard to fit in the higher education levels as a lot of government help has in the past been given to the primary level (Audit Commission, 1992). This imbalance has created a different kind of treatment for children with special education at primary school level and different treatment when such children graduate into higher levels of education. ...
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