Engaging families in raising achievement

Schools are often told to do ‘more’ to close the achievement gap between disadvantaged pupils and their wealthier counterparts, but is there a limit to how much they can do? Janet Goodall says it’s time we stop expecting schools to shoulder the burden alone, and instead work to engage families and the broader community in improving outcomes.

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