Posted on Thursday 3rd Sep 2020
Amy Skipp is a researcher, founder of ASK Research, and the creator of the EHCP Journeys website. She's writing about the research she's leading on for the Nuffield Foundation. It focuses on how educational provision during the coronavirus pandemic has changed for children and young people who attend special schools.
"Today we release the first findings from our research about the experience of lockdown in special schools and colleges, and the families whose children attend them."
Click to read the findings.
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