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SEND and Inclusion Conference

Friday 20th March 2020 | 9.00am 3.15pm

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It has been necessary to postpone this event and further details will be posted later. Those who have applied for a place will be contacted directly by the City Learning Trust who were the hosts.

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Education 3-13 – International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education is the major international publication of the Association for the Study of Primary Education (ASPE).

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ASPE members include cutting edge writers and researchers of national and international repute, classroom practitioners, university teachers, LA advisers and consultants.

It views teachers as reflective practitioners who are constantly engaged in a process of study and critical evaluation of all that passes for change and innovation in primary education.

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