What the public think about education

    What the public think about education









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    A survey of more than 1,900 members of the general public carried out between the 17 and 22 of February exclusively for Community Care found:


    * More than two thirds (68 per cent) of the general public thought that if children with special educational needs were properly supported, most would benefit from being in mainstream schools


    * Nearly two thirds (63 per cent) of the public agreed that, with the right support and resources, a policy of including children with special educational needs in mainstream schools would be good for all pupils.

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