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Monday, 18 July 2016

Boys nearly twice as likely as girls to fall behind by the time they start school

Boys nearly twice as likely as girls to fall behind by the time they start school
 - Gareth Jenkins, Director of UK Poverty, Save the Children said: “Every child deserves the best start in life. But in England, too many children, especially boys, are slipping under the radar without the support they need to reach their potential. They’re falling behind before they even get to school and that puts their life chances at risk. In 2016, this is unacceptable. A whole generation of boys is being failed”​