Premium problem for youths in care

23rd March 2012 at 00:00

Young people in care south of the border are in danger of not receiving or benefiting from their version of the coalition's pupil premium, according to new research. Only half the professionals working with children looked after by local authorities were certain that they knew about the extra cash designed to help with education, according to the Open Doors, Open Minds report for the Who Cares? Trust.

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