DYT Week Ahead: 1 in 7 Ofsted ITT inspections do not mention SEND

8th April 2019
DYT’s Top story:


DYT have published a new position paper that explains what we mean by ‘literacy difficulties’, the challenge they pose, and what needs to change to ensure every learner is able to thrive.

News round-up:

1 in 7 Ofsted teacher training reports never mention SEND, new research finds

Schools Week report on DYT’s new position paper which found that50out of 354 inspections over the last ten years didn’t mention SEND once.

Funding for special educational needs has been cut by 17% per pupil across England

A new report by IPPR North looking into employment outcomes for people with learning disabilities urged the government to reverse real terms cuts in education funding to local authorities.

EPI looks into high needs funding

The Education Policy Institute provides an overview of the issues around high needs funding, looking into recent policy changes and complexities surrounding this area.

DYT’s Week Ahead:

Tuesday:

Adjournment debate on mental health support for young people in the House of Commons, whilst the House of Lords debates how to get more pupils study modern languages in primary and secondary schools.

Thursday: 

The Department for Education publishes data on the characteristics and outcomes of children in need.

Happy Easter Holidays

On behalf of everybody at DYT, I hope you have a very restful and enjoyable break over the Easter period.

Get in touch: 


Dan Baynes
Policy and Public Affairs Executive
daniel.baynes@driveryouthtrust.com
 

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