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  Disabled Children and Mainstream Education Wednesday 4 September 2002  
What is the best way to educate children with special needs?

This week disabled children were given the legal right to be educated in mainstream schools but is that always the best place for them?
Olwyn Gunn from the teachers union the NASUWT, Philippa Russell from the Disability Rights Commission and Trevor Cook from Merton LEA join Jenni to discuss the issues and take your calls.
To continue the debate

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