Today’s poll: Is investing more in pre-school provision the best way to close the gap?

Political columnist Mary Riddell is arguing that the greatest good in education would come from investing heavily in cheap, high quality pre-school provision and that evidence suggests such spending would deliver the greatest returns in the long term. Do you agree that this should be the focus for increased spending?

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Comments

  1. N_R_Davies

    SchoolsImprove The gap is already set when children start school according to research. Close the gap at the start must be more effective!

  2. peroxidemoments

    SchoolsImprove isnt it best 2 educate parents how to raise children 2 b school ready? Not remove more responsibilty +give it to the schools

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