Christine Grainger
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Specialist teaching was 'not made available'

Schools inspectors in England say thousands of pupils are being labelled as having special educational needs when they simply need better teaching.

Christine Grainger says her son Dean, who has dyslexia, has not been able to get the specialist teaching he needed at his school and has had to try and find an alternative for him.

  • 14 Sep 2010
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