Labour fails to end social divide

18th July 2003 at 01:00
NEW Labour's policies have kept education socially divided and divisive, according to Sally Tomlinson of Oxford University. But other critiques of the present Government's work in children's services that point to improvements in children's health and well-being appear in a special issue of the academic journal Children and Society. Copies can be obtained by calling 01243 643 282.

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