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That this House recognises that the majority of young disabled people and those with special educational needs already benefit from increasingly good practice in inclusive mainstream schools, that research from all the major professional, disability and parent-led organisations shows that there is no bias towards inclusion within the education systemfor disabled children and that, despite the rhetoric of choice for families, many find their aspirations for an inclusive mainstream school placement are denied by the inconsistencies of local provision; and therefore calls on the Government to refrain from bringing forward any changes to primary legislation which would make it even harder for families to exercise choice and instead to ensure that all schools implement the current legislation under the Equalities Act 2010 which requires them to make reasonable adjustments and develop policies which do not discriminate against young disabled people.
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