Report: Boys in England outnumber girls in receiving special education

A recent report finds that, in England, male students are almost twice as likely to be diagnosed as needing special-education services than their female peers. Researchers also found that students who are from low-income and minority backgrounds had higher rates of enrolment in special-education programmes.

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