Many young people with learning disabilities face a postcode lottery when it comes to post-16 education according to a new campaign set up to increase choices for those hoping to remain in education. The ‘A Right Not a Fight’ campaign, is calling for students with a physical or learning disability to have the choices most young people take for granted – such as choosing a further education college that best meets their needs. The idea for the campaign was developed by a group of student representatives who attend specialist colleges, with the support of NatSpec (The National Association of Specialist
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