Parents of children with Down syndrome feel unwelcome in schools

05/21/2009 | Guardian (London), The

The number of British students with Down syndrome who are denied special-education services in traditional schools has tripled in one year, according to the Independent Panel for Special Education Advice. As a result, more parents are choosing to enroll their children in special schools, despite the benefits of inclusion, the group says.

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