An increase in the number of pupils in special schools has provided evidence of a reversal of a 30-year trend towards inclusion.
Edward Timpson talks about special educational needs reforms
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Number of children with special needs falls by 70,000 after government crackdown on parents wrongly trying to claim extra funds.
More than one in 10 students said they had experienced "suicidal thoughts", in a survey of 1,200 across the UK.
There were 14% who had considered self-harm and 38% had feelings of panic.