Saturday, March 24, 2007

What More Powers Do They Want?

Whilst the abused children in the Eunice Spry case were visited by education officials at least twice a year for the length of time that they were home educating, and concerns had been raised by neighbours and others about the care of the children, AND, don't forget, LAs already have powers to intervene in situations such as this, we nonetheless have heard from several sources, including the Guardian , that

"Darren Shaw, director of services for children and young people in Gloucestershire, said more powers were needed to make sure children educated at home are not ill-treated. The council will lobby the government on the issue."

Here's Blog Dial's take on the way the Eunice Spry case has been spun and used against HEors.

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