Daily roundup: child poverty, reading habits and autism support

Neil Puffett
Thursday, September 12, 2013

Child poverty could rise by 800,000 by 2020 warn Oxfam; reading for pleasure link to child academic achievement; and teachers struggle to access autism support, all in the news today.

Government policies could force a further 800,000 children into poverty. Image: Arlen Connelly
Government policies could force a further 800,000 children into poverty. Image: Arlen Connelly

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