Low income UK pupils left at least 18 months behind rich peers, study claims

The Independent reports …

The educational divide between rich and poor pupils in the UK had stopped narrowing even before the pandemic caused mass disruption and school closures – with some impoverished students more than two years behind their peers – researchers have found.

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