New books fall

31st October 2003 at 00:00
Average school spending on books per pupil is down 12 per cent in primary schools, and 7 per cent in secondaries, a survey by the Educational Publishers' Council will reveal next month. Graham Taylor, the council's director, says research shows that schools spending more on books tend to have better results .

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