Somerset’s special education beset by ‘culture of blame’

BBC reports …

Special education services in Somerset are beset by a culture of blame among staff, Ofsted inspectors have reported.

And pupils taught by the Send (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) service achieve poor results and the number of school exclusions among them is too high, authorities were told.

One parent said it was a “painful, dedicated fight” to get her child’s educational needs met.

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