I was supposed to write a post today about an aspect of the SEN reforms, but as I haven’t managed to read the document published about it yet, that would be a little difficult. I could skim read it and make it up and perhaps no one would notice. But even the concentration required for skim reading is a bit much to do at the moment. As you may recall, I became ill a year ago … Keep Reading…
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