Looked-after pupils lose in long-term

26th November 2010 at 00:00

Looked-after children do not go on to university because of an "overriding lack of support" during their education, according to a European study led by academics from the Institute of Education. Most looked-after children suffer severe disruption in their schooling, and in the UK fewer than half reach expected academic levels at age 16.

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