Byline: By ANNETTE KINSELLA email@example.com
CONCERNED parents have told how they fear disabled children would suffer under a shake-up of special schools in Coventry.
Education chiefs plan to scrap many special schools - leaving some youngsters with disabilities attending mainstream secondary schools.
A reduced number of places would be provided at new special schools for youngsters who would find it impossible to adapt to mainstream education.
The existing schools would be knocked down and replaced with new buildings near secondary schools as part of the plans. But parents at a public meeting at Sherbourne Fields School in Rowington …