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A decade of education research has failed to improve working-class kids’ GCSE scores, shock study says

A shocking study found that DECADE education research failed to improve the GCSE scores of working-class children.

Those in long-term poverty average score 1.6 points lower than their wealthier classmates.

Paul Whiteman, of the NAHT union, says children are victims of more than a decade of underfunding

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Paul Whiteman, of the NAHT union, says children are victims of more than a decade of underfunding

That’s the same as 2011 – before By Michael Gove Free academy and school revolution.

They are designed to boost pressure social mobility in classes.

The gap is larger for A-levels, with children 3.1 points behind, compared with 2.9 in 2019.

And worrying is that more and more children are falling into long-term poverty.

Paul Whiteman, of the NAHT union, says children are victims of more than one decade of underfunding.

Emily Hunt, who helped write the Education Policy Institute report, called on the Government to do more.

The Department for Education says £2.6 billion of student insurance will help those in need.

Naga Munchetty awkwardly clashes with guests because of school rules

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17604784/working-class-schools-study/ A decade of education research has failed to improve working-class kids’ GCSE scores, shock study says

Bobby Allyn

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