Too Young To Fail

This new report by Save the Children has found that more than a fifth of children in England have already fallen permanently behind by the age of seven. The charity says being behind at reading, writing and arithmetic at such a young age can prejudice a child’s future earnings, health and, in economic terms, cost the country billions in lost revenue. Leadership Briefing Issue 8.03(87)

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