Family justice to help children

23rd July 2004 at 01:00
Moves to create a better family justice system will have positive knock-on effects for schools, ministers have said. The Government this week published a range of proposals to improve support for parents who separate.

The report stated that parents who separated amicably were significantly less likely to see their children truant or perform poorly at school.

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