British Journal of Special Education
With nearly sixty branches across the country nasen is the leading organisation in the UK which aims to promote the education, training, advancement and development of all those with special educational needs. nasen has over 8,000 members and reaches a huge readership through its journals: British Journal of Special Education, Support for Learning, Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs and the magazine Special.
nasen is a growing and evolving organisation. The Association offers the following services to its members as part of a subscription:
Support for Learning - published quarterly;
British Journal of Special Education - published quarterly;
Special - published bimonthly;
Practical publications dealing with language development, literacy, mathematics, policy and staff development, emotional and behavioural difficulties, autism and classroom management;
Regional courses and conferences;
Discounted subscription rates for Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs (for members-only. Institutional subscriptions are via Wiley-Blackwell);
Access to the all new nasen Research Database available on-line;
Sub-Committees - Editorial Board, Membership, Finance and General Purposes, Professional Development, Publications, Research, Curriculum, and Policy;
Standing Groups - Information and Communication Technology, Mathematics, and Professional Development;
A programme of exhibitions including The nasen & TES Special Needs Exhibition (features the nasen Book Awards) organised in conjuction with the Times Educational Supplement; Special Needs North, organized by the Educational Publisher's Council at the Reebok Stadium, Bolton;
A network of branches across the UK.
Further information is available from the nasen website.
Alternatively, you can contact nasen at the address below:
4/5 Amber Business Village
Tel: 01827 311500
Fax: 01827 313005