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News: More funding needed for SEN support, teachers say

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Pupils with SEN are missing out on vital support under the current system, teachers have warned. They say that those with less complex needs, such as dyslexia, are not getting the specialist help they need. Teachers’ union ATL claims schools need more funding to deliver adequate SEN provision.

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