How are you ensuring that your work with local schools benefits the most vulnerable children, including those with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)?
You have set targets for a diverse LLDC workforce, including BAME people, women and people with disabilities. How did you determine these targets and what progress has been made towards achieving them?
Your Ten Year Plan and Five Year Strategy both contain policies to improve inclusion for Londoners with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). How is this work progressing, including but not limited to your physical accessibility programme?
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