Grammar school discriminated against visually impaired child, tribunal finds

The Guardian reports …

Grammar schools in England will have to ensure their 11-plus entrance exams are accessible to disabled pupils, after a legal ruling found a visually impaired child suffered discrimination when he was refused the opportunity to take the exam.

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