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Online survey: Education, Choice and Disabled Childre
  • jelv
    Posts: 185
    I've just seen a link to a suvey being run by Scope about education for disabled children - take a look it is also pertinent to the situation many of us find ourselves in. The news item about it is here.

    Online survey: Education, Choice and Disabled Children

    Choice is a word that is used a lot in education, with parental choice high on the political agenda. But how much choice do parents of disabled children really get, and are they eventually able to access a school that meets their child’s needs? Scope wants to find out about the experiences of parents choosing a school for their child, and the factors that shape their decisions.

    The results of the survey will form part of the evidence Scope is collecting on education, choice and disabled children. They will be used in Scope’s Time to Get Equal campaign to ensure that all disabled children have access to high-quality education that enables them to take their place in an inclusive society.

    We would like as many parents of disabled children as possible to fill in the survey online at so please pass on the link!

    If you would like a Word, pdf or alternative formats of this survey, please email

    If you would like to fill in the questionnaire over the phone, or have any questions about the research, please contact Emily Wooster on 020 7619 7260.

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