Why Change how Additional Teaching Resources are Allocated to Schools? The Possible Impact of the New Model on Small Schools
Keywords:SEN Model, Special Educational Needs, Resource Allocation, Small Schools
KAREN DEVINE is teaching principal of a small rural primary school with 96 pupils. She is currently in the SEN position.
Byrne, M. (2017) Why Change how Additional Teaching Resources are Allocated to Schools REACH Journal of Special Needs Education in Ireland, Vol. 30(2), pp.76-84.
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