Separation anxiety

3rd October 1997 at 01:00
Financial hardship and other pre-divorce factors play a key part in explaining why the children of separated parents are more likely to leave school with few or no qualifications, according to new research.

A study by the London School of Economics' new Centre for the Analysis of Social Exclusion found divorce intensified the negative effects of family circumstances before the split, such as poverty.

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