23 mai 2014

Disabled students could be 'shut out' by government cuts

The Guardian homeBy Planned cuts to the Disabled Students Allowance could have a disastrous effect on individuals, say campaigners, and prevent some from going to university. It was a short written statement from the universities minister, David Willetts, to parliament just before the Easter break and, for those affected, it was a shock. The government intended to "modernise" the Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) – grants given to disabled students in England to help meet extra study costs incurred because of their disabilities. Read more...
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