Value-added and Special Educational Needs

Felicity Fletcher-Campbell

01 June 1996

This publication presents the papers delivered at two exploratory seminars held by the Education Management Information Exchange (EMIE) and NFER on the application of value-added techniques to the area special education. The views of Chief Education Officers, OFSTED, the research community and practitioners are presented.

These proceedings will be of interest to all those working with value-added measures in mainstream and special schools, and who are concerned with measuring the progress of pupil with learning difficulties.

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