State pupils miss out on books

9th February 2001 at 00:00
MANY primary school children do not have access to the textbooks they need for study at school and home. Nearly a quarter of seven to 11-year-olds in state school have books for all five main subjects compared with 100 per cent of their fee-paying counterparts, according to research by the School Book Alliance.

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