News briefing: White pupils let down by lack of parental support, researchers say
Monday 4 April 2016 10:22 AM
School types: All · School
A new report suggests that pupils from other ethnic groups outperform white British pupils at school, because their parents are more engaged in their education. The think tank report says that a hands-on approach from parents is more effective than just aspiration in boosting pupils' results.
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