The House of Commons Public Accounts Committee has
published a report on special education for young people aged
16-25. The report is based on evidence from the Department for
Education, the Young People's Learning Agency, the Principal of
Abingdon and Witney College, Disability Alliance and nasen.
- almost one third of young people with a Statement at age 16 are
not in any form of education, employment or training two years
- the system for delivering and funding post-16 special education
is complex, and parents and young people are not provided with the
information they need.
To download the report visit the Parliament website: