Mark Eastwood has raised the disparity in SEND provision between mainstream and special schools at the latest Prime Minister's Questions.
Mark has previously spoken passionately on behalf of families of children with Special Educational Needs during the Westminster Hall debate on Autism and ADHD assessments on 6th February.
Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab responded that the Government have published the new SEND and Alternative Provision improvement plan with £2.6billion being allocated for specialist provision.
Mark's question follows two recent constituency visits to special schools - Ravenshall School in Dewsbury and Hollybank in Mirfield.
Students at Ravenshall School gave Mark a guided tour of the school's facilities, and he answered questions from school ambassadors about what it was like to be an MP, and his plans to improve Dewsbury.
At Hollybank Mark visited to congratulate the school on obtaining a "Silver" status Vision Friendly mark - recognising the school's provision for people with impaired vision.