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Response to SEN & Disability Green Paper

Author: Dr Pippa Murray

The UK government intends to reform education and support for all disabled children and their families in England. Pippa Murray's response argues that well intentioned plans may be undermined by a failure to understand the institutional discrimination facing disabled people and their families.


Response to SEN and Disability Green Paper © Pippa Murray 2011.

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A Fair Start

A Fair Start

Pippa Murray makes the case for an integrated Personalised Pathway to enable disabled children and their families to take control of health, education and care funding.

Personalised Transition

Personalised Transition

An evaluation of a new and radical policy innovation in Sheffield which gives young people with disabilities and their families a totally new level of control over their life after school.

Personalised Education

Personalised Education

Personalised education is a widely stated ambition, and some local leaders are making progress, but central systems tend to undermine effective personalisation.

Simplify the RAS

Simplify the RAS

Resource Allocation Systems (RAS) have become too complex. Barnsley and The Centre for Welfare Reform are exploring a radically simplified version of the RAS.