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All children in Britain now come under the responsibility of the Department of Education for their schooling. But in Northern Ireland the education of disabled children is the responsibility of the... DHSS. This programme explores the consequences of this, through the eyes of the parents of disabled children, the Principal of a special school, and a senior DHSS official. The question is posed: would the education of disabled children be better if the DES took over responsibility?
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Module code and title: E241, Special needs in education
Item code: E241; 04
Recording date: 1982-01-20
First transmission date: 16-04-1982
Published: 1982
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Duration: 00:18:44
Note: Also available on audiocassette 434B
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Producer: Nick Brenton
Contributors: John Jaworski; Will Swann; Paul Coulson; Mrs James; Mrs Kelly; Mrs Campion; Mr Miller; Mrs Miller
Publisher: BBC Open University
Keyword(s): Domen-Delacato; Disabled; Northern Ireland; Special Education
Master spool number: TMK03952H461
Production number: TMK03952H461
Available to public: no