The black children wrongly sent to ‘special’ schools in the 1970s

Initially, many Caribbeans who migrated to the UK during the 1960s and ’70s, had a favourable view of ESN schools. Often referred to as “special schools” by teachers, Caribbean parents, with little understanding of the British education system, thought these schools would provide better support and learning for their children.

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