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Government Policy, National Standards

Socio-economic conditions determine educational under-achievement

decile ratings and National Standards – the link is more than clear, so why won’t Government acknowledge it?

Posts from Keith Woodford

This post is a joint contribution by Keith and Annette Woodford. Annette is aspecialist teacher in Reading Recovery.

The big message from the recently released results of national education standards is that low socio-economic conditions and educational under-achievement go hand in hand. 

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