Early assistance improves literacy

10th June 2011 at 01:00

One-to-one tuition to boost literacy among struggling pupils under the Every Child a Reader programme, which was axed by the coalition, "significantly improved" reading and writing skills, research commissioned by the Department for Education has revealed. Schools that used early intervention to raise literacy standards also had "significantly better" test results in reading and writing at key stage 1.

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