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Challenging readers' preconceptions, this book provides new insights into the private and public experiences of six mother-teachers whose children have SEN. Thought-provoking and provocative, the book gives both sides of the story, exploring educational values and teaching practices as well as the personal and family stories of children with SEN. It covers:

* All sectors of education, from mainstream primary and secondary schools to special day and residential schools

* Issues that have been raised by the mother-teachers' experiences

* A look at what counts as exclusion and inclusion to parents and their children

* Both a top-down and bottom-up look at SEN and inclusion

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