Closing the Achievement Gap in England's Secondary Schools : Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service

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Children’s backgrounds shouldn't limit the opportunities they have in life, but as things stand, children from poor homes do worse educationally than their classmates.

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  • Publication date30 September 2012
  • CreatorChris Wellings, Abigail Wood
  • ContributorLeon Green
  • Copyright© The Save the Children Fund 2012

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