CEO Dr Adam Boddison features on BBC Radio 4 Live

News - 12 May 2017

In recent years there has been a rise in the number of children going to special schools. Dr Adam Boddison nasens CEO features on BBC Radio 4 Live Today, to discuss inclusion in special & mainstream schools.

Do we need more special schools or should we be trying to fit children with special needs into existing schools?

Listen to the full clip of Dr Adam Boddisons' debate on BBC Radio 4 Live here:



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