Professor: More students with special needs to challenge British schools

British schools should develop new teaching methods to prepare for what an expert predicts will be a rise in students with special needs, as more children are surviving premature births but have disabilities. "There is an ever-increasing group of children with complex needs who do not fit the current range of learning environments, curriculum models or teaching and learning approaches," said Professor Barry Carpenter of the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust.

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