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Education Committee considers special educational needs and disabilities system

03 July 2018

The Education Committee hears from key figures who have been involved in reviews of and changes to the special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) system.

Witnesses

Tuesday 3 July in Committee Room 18, Palace of Westminster

At 10.00am

  • Stephen Kingdom, Campaign Manager, Disabled Children’s Partnership
  • Brian Lamb OBE, Chair of the Lamb Inquiry into Special Educational Needs and Parental Confidence
  • Rt. Hon. Baroness Warnock, Chair of the Committee of Inquiry on Special Educational Needs

Among the witnesses will be Stephen Kingdom, who led on the 2014 reforms during his time at the Department for Education. He will be joined by Baroness Warnock and Brian Lamb who chaired previous reviews of the system.

Written evidence

The Committee has received a large number of written evidence submissions; these are currently being analysed. The Committee anticipates that some submissions will be published before the summer recess.

Further information

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