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Should trainee teachers spend some time working in Special Needs?

Should trainee teachers spend some time working in Special Needs?

All trainee teachers should experience working with pupils with special educational needs to avoid the likelihood of classroom exclusion, according to an expert in literacy-based learning difficulties.

Jules Daulby, director of education at the Driver Youth Trust, which offers support to children with literacy-based learning difficulties, said too many children with special educational needs and disabilities were being drummed out of school because their literacy difficulties were not being picked up early enough.

Ms Daulby believes that with more training, teachers will be better equipped to deal with SEND pupils within the mainstream classroom setting.

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