‘Significant inequities’ in SEN funding exposed

By Martin Ford | 11 August 2021

‘Significant inequities’ in special educational needs (SEN) funding have been uncovered by new research.

Although areas with higher levels of need tend to get more money, differences of tens of millions in funding were found in areas with similar demographics, the report for the SEN Policy Research Forum found.

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