North-south divide apparent by age five, report finds

Jess Brown
Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Poor children in the north of England are faring worse by the age of five than their counterparts in London, a study has found.

Research has found a "stark" contrast in attainment levels of five-year-olds between the north and the rest of England. Picture: Alex Deverill
Research has found a "stark" contrast in attainment levels of five-year-olds between the north and the rest of England. Picture: Alex Deverill

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