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News: Attainment gaps larger in northern schools, says think tank

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Disadvantaged pupils in the north of England do worse at school than those elsewhere, a new report claims. But northern schools add more value to pupils' learning when their context and intake is taken into account, it says. The IPPR think tank calls for schools in the north to be better funded.

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