Update: Stoke City Council's planned cuts to educational support for deaf children
Posted Sep 05 2011 4:15pm
Stoke City Council have agreed to review its decision after it was ordered by the High Court to halt its spending cuts towards the educational support for deaf children.
The council is said to have ‘listened’ to the arguments made by the National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) as well as the parents, children and teachers; the decision will be made after a proper and meaningful consultation.
If the cuts planned do go ahead, then this would leave 3 classroom support teachers in charge of 200 children.
What are your thoughts on this?
Will you be affected by the decision made by Stoke City Council?