Schools cannot solve it all

3rd October 2003 at 01:00
Schools can have important effects on individuals in disadvantaged areas but they cannot solve all the problems alone, says a new report from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Researchers from Newcastle University studied how three secondaries and six primaries worked with the community, and found heads divided between those who saw their schools as a community resource or just there to enhance pupils' opportunities.

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