Northern children ‘too often left behind’, says commissioner

From BBC NewsLeave a Comment

Too many children growing up in the north of England are facing the double disadvantage of entrenched deprivation and poor schools, a report warns.

England's Children's Commissioner Anne Longfield says children from poorer homes face an education gap that starts before school and widens over time.

She calls for greater investment for struggling families and a scheme to boost teacher recruitment in the North.

The government says it has committed £70m to improve schools in the region.

The commissioners' report - Growing Up North, Look…

Follow us on …

Leave a Comment

avatar