The types of special education facilities in New Zealand are:
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special schools give support to students who have high needs. There are two kinds of special schools: day schools and residential schools.
The term “special school” is used in both the Education Act 1964 and Education Act 1989 to refer to the residential and day schools that support students with high needs, and to the regional health schools that provide...
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If you're a principal of a special residential or non-residential school, you're entitled to an allowance as set out in clause 6.2.9 of the Primary Principals’ Collective Agreement.
If you want a printed copy of this agreement we suggest you download the following PDF version.
Automatic doors may help students with special education needs to move around a school independently.