First published in 1988. With the Education Reform Act 1988 firmly in place and impacting upon the education of children and young people with Special Educational Needs, this book examines the issues that arose from its implementation. It aims to promote debate as well as providing a record of the achievements in practice, policy and provision in Britain since the Warnock Committee reported. The challenges which remain or have been created since the introduction of the Education Act 1981 are also discussed.
Foreword Baroness Warnock; 1. A Broad, Balanced, Relevant and Differentiated Curriculum? John Visser 2. Special Needs at the Crossroads Peter Mittler 3. Labels, Markets and Inclusive Education Len Barton 4. Has ‘Special Educational Needs’ Outlived its Usefulness? Brahm Norwich 5. Funding Special Education Tony Bowers 6. Support Services – Value for Money Tricia Barthorpe 7. The S.E.N. Coordinator in Secondary Schools Norman Butt 8. Do We Need Special Needs Coordinators? Alan Dyson 9. A Role for the Special School Keith Bovair 10. What Happens After School? Lesley Dee 11. Implementing Warnock’s Multi-Professional Approach Ron Davie 12. Enhancing the Quality of Provision Christina Tilstone and Graham Upton 13. Beyond Special Education: Some Ways Forward Mel Ainscow
This set of 62 volumes, originally published between 1951 and 1999, amalgamates a wide breadth of literature on Special Educational Needs, with a particular focus on inclusivity, class management and curriculum theory. This collection of books from some of the leading scholars in the field provides a comprehensive overview of the subject how it has evolved over time, and will be of particular interest to students of Education and those undertaking teaching qualifications.