By Kenton Starr & Naushyn Janah
YouthLaw Aotearoa, 2016, 106 p.
Identifies barriers that children with disabilities face in receiving meaningful education in mainstream settings in New Zealand. Outlines the history of special education policy and practice in New Zealand and the current legal framework. Argues that there is a lack of guidance and procedural frameworks for educational support. Identifies issues regarding professional development and capacity of educators, funding support, assessment and reporting, and enforcement mechanisms.
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