The Education (Additional Support for Learning) (Scotland) Act 2004, as amended, provides a framework for local authorities and other agencies to support all children with their learning. It introduced the concept of additional support needs, gave parents and pupils new rights, and placed duties on local authorities and other agencies. It also set in place the processes for resolving differences for families and authorities – mediation, dispute resolution and the Additional Support Needs Tribunal.
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