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One in four children with disabilities getting shorter school days

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14.55 5 Sep 2019


One in four children with disabilities getting shorter school days


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14.55 5 Sep 2019


One in four children with a disability are being denied the opportunity to attend school for the full school day - often against the wishes of the parents. That is according to a new report which found so-called ‘short school days’ are being widely imposed on students with disabilities – and children with autism are particularly at risk. Clare McKenna chats to listeners.

 


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