In Don t Send Him in Tomorrow, Jarlath O Brien shines a light on the marginalized, disenfranchised, and forgotten children of today s schools. The percentage of children achieving the government s expected standard in benchmark tests is national news every year. The progress that children with learning difficulties and SEND make is never discussed, because it is not understood. That is a problem. The bone-crushing infrastructure which professionals have to negotiate is a problem. The fact that so many parents have to fight tooth and nail so that the needs of their children are met, something the rest of us would consider a basic entitlement, is a problem. This book describes how the system and can be improved if and when these marginalized children are given higher priority by the powers that be.