Brings together in one volume the perspectives of teachers, practitioners, researchers and important external bodies such as the LEA, and national organisations like the RNIB. Part of the New Millennium Series which takes stock of education now and predicts the shape of likely developments. The book asks leading authorities on Special Educational Needs to probe the issues currently topping the agenda, and to predict what will happen in SEN for the forseeable future. Useful for those working and training to work in special schools and mainstream schools.
Harry Daniels is currently Professor of Special Education and Educational Psychology at the University of Birmingham where he is also Deputy Head of School (Research). His research interests include gender and attainment in junior schools, peer support for teachers, emotional and behavioural difficulty, and mental health. He has taught in mainstream and special schools and is president of the Association of Workers for Children with Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties and the European Association for Special Education.