Right for non-readers

10th November 2006 at 00:00
Six-year-old children who struggle with reading make dramatic progress when they are given intensive one-to-one tuition, according to research published this week. The Government-backed Every Child a Reader project saw pupils who were nearly two years behind catch up with classmates in four or five months.

Power of one-to-one, page 26

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