Today’s poll: Should we be trying to get disadvantaged children into schools aged two?

Sir Michael Wilshaw has called for the most disadvantaged children to be taught in primary schools from the age of two, saying school-based age-appropriate education could help them catch up with their more advantaged classmates.

Do you agree?

 

Should we be trying to get disadvantaged children into schools aged two?

 

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