OST Study Programmes, Academic Performance And Socially Disadvantaged Children

This new study by the UCL Institute of Education (IOE) shows that teacher-led out of school study programmes are a cost-effective way of increasing attainment, particularly for children from poorer backgrounds - potentially increasing GCSE results by two-grades. Leadership Briefing 10.12(120)

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