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Janet Robertson, Eric Emerson, Susannah Baines, and Chris Hatton

2010 (age: 19–20 years). Identification of Participants With Mild to Moderate Intellectual Disability Data linkage with the 2004 and 2006 NPD was undertaken to identify participants with special educational needs (SEN). Linkage was successful for 15,240 young people present at wave 1 (97% of the Next

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Vítor Pires Lopes, Linda Saraiva, Celina Gonçalves, and Luis P. Rodrigues

schools were invited to participate in the study. Inclusion criteria included: i) Portuguese nationality; ii) absence of any known intellectual, physical or emotional disabilities; and iii) absence of special educational needs. After obtaining this information through teachers, 200 children (girls n = 111

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Katherine Holland and Justin A. Haegele

). Parental expectations about adapted physical education services . Journal of Special Education, 47 ( 3 ), 186 – 196 . doi:10.1177/0022466912447661 10.1177/0022466912447661 Coates , J. ( 2011 ). Physically fit or physically literate? How children with special educational needs understand physical

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Christiane Lange-Küttner and Ridhi Kochhar

Services of the UK National Health Service (NHS). NHS Child and Family Services must follow an assessment protocol before a child can be referred from a mainstream to a special school, the more so since mainstream UK schools are integrative schools which have special educational needs (SEN) teachers who

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students with special educational needs (SEN). The purpose of this nationally representative research (on students with mild intellectual disability (MID) and other declared psychological developmental disorders (ODD)) was to evaluate the applicability and reliability of the NETFIT ® test in the given