Does the New Model for Special Education Teacher Allocation in Ireland Reach the Equity Bar?
Keywords:Resource Allocation, SEN, New Model, Teacher Support, Special Educational Needs
JOE TRAVERS is Head of the School of Inclusive and Special Education, Dublin City University, Institute of Education, St. Patrick’s Campus DCU.
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