Families helped

30th October 2009 at 00:00

Almost 60 per cent of primaries and secondaries now have a dedicated member of staff to help families. There are 3,469 parent-support advisers in England working in 13,261 schools after a two-year pilot scheme to test out the new role. A new study, by Warwick University, says that the advisers are valued by parents.

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