NABMSE stresses “commitment and care” in their member schools in the Special Education Sector

Date: Feb 28, 2024

The National Association of Boards of Management in Special Education (NABMSE) has expressed “upset and disappointment” at the findings of the AsIAm and Inclusion Ireland survey which reported that up to 35% of disabled schoolchildren have experienced seclusion, while 27% have been restrained in a school setting.

NABMSE General Secretary Eileen O’Rourke has said that the 300 schools they support are dedicated to the provision of high quality education in caring, compassionate and supportive school environments. Amongst the NABMSE supported schools nationwide are 125 special schools and 145 mainstream primary schools.

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