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Explainer: Inspectorate Report on Educational Provisions for Autistic Learners in Irish Schools

A landmark report on the special educational provisions for autistic learners in Irish schools has recently been published by the Department of Education and Skills. The report, written by the Inspectorate, raises several issues which AsIAm has consistently raised throughout our campaigns, as well as during our engagements with the Minister for Education and his …

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Update on July Provision

Today, AsIAm’s Chief Executive Officer Adam Harris, along with the representatives of several other disability groups, attended a further consultation with officials in the Department of Education and Skills, in relation to the July Provision Programme. “We are deeply concerned at the present proposals which the Department has developed,” said Mr Harris. “These proposals would …

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Explainer: Special Classes & Schools

In November, the National Council for Special Education (NCSE) published policy advice on special classes and schools. The advice came after a consultation process where the NCSE engaged with professionals and families about the provision of special education for pupils with additional needs (including those on the autism spectrum). Several changes to current policy were …

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