SEND funding is in crisis

The National Education Union, our School Cuts coalition partners and 39 local authorities have written to education secretary Damien Hinds to express deep concerns

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We need urgent action from Government

Due to inadequate SEND funding, currently over 2,000 children and young people with SEND are sitting at home with no education provision at all. This is an unacceptable situation leading to huge stress and anxiety for parents and their children.

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The National Education Union is working for change at a national level, putting pressure on the Government to reduce workload​.

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