Support for Learning

Cover image for Vol. 32 Issue 1

Edited By: Philip Garner

Online ISSN: 1467-9604

Associated Title(s): British Journal of Special Education, Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs


Aims and Scope

The articles in this journal examine the practical and theoretical issues surrounding the education of pupils with special educational needs in mainstream schools. Support for Learning aims to act as a bridge between academics and practitioners. All aspects of curriculum delivery, classroom management and the use of support services are covered. Strategies to eliminate underachievement and promote best practice are especially featured.  Most, but not all, issues of Support for Learning, focus on a topical theme. The journal is widely read in the UK and overseas as an authoritative guide to the current state of SEN policy and practice.

The journal is particularly concerned with:

  • The relationship between theory, research and practice

  • Curriculum development and delivery

  • Classroom management

  • Current educational issues

  • Reviews


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