The government is promising to overhaul its educational support for children with special needs.
From the middle of next year it said the system would be significantly redesigned to be simpler and provide more support for teachers and parents.
Today it published the results of 150 public meetings held this year to identify ways of improving education for children with special education needs, such as a physical or mental disability.
As a result of those meetings it is planning changes that would include giving families, teachers and specialists a single point of contact for arranging support for children.
Before that happened, the Education Ministry would begin 22 projects aimed at improving special education in groups of schools and early childhood centres around the country.