In a year that's produced a string of reviews and inquiries, it seems that there's still time for a final one before 2009 ends. The latest one is the The Lamb Inquiry, which looked at how the delivery of SEN system within England could be improved. In particular, the Inquiry focussed on the needs of parents of SEN children, and has concluded that the existing services need a radical overhaul. To read the full text of the final report, click here.


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