As regular readers will know, Renata and I went along to the Department of Education recently to interview the Minister responsible for Special Educational Needs, Ed Timpson.
This week we're going to bring you the interview in three parts, all being well, and today is the first part, focusing on accountability, something of concern to many families.
Who makes sure that local authorities are doing what they are supposed to do? Take a look and then let us know what you think in the comments.
So, you've seen the first part of our video, what are your views about accountability and the new English SEN system?
In the coming days we'll be publishing the other two sections of the video interview covering different topics. Make sure you sign up so you don't miss them!
- Chaos, mistrust, poor inclusion, and no communication: How Kent’s SEND provision has failed its disabled children and their families - November 10, 2022
- Ofsted and ONS offer further evidence that lack of funding, training and specialists damages children with SEND - November 8, 2022
- No specialists = No support: The future for children with SEND is bleak without a trained workforce to support them - November 3, 2022