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will a masters help?

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by Kimmy85, Mar 7, 2011.

  1. Kimmy85

    Kimmy85 New commenter

    Could do with some advice!!

    I am in my 4th year of teaching. I am qualified in RE secondary.
    For the past 2 years i have been teaching SEN classes in integrated humanities (English with humanities).

    I am applying to do a Part-time Masters in SEN and Inclusion.
    Do people think this will help my professional development towards working in an SEN school or becoming assisstant/SENCO


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