Monday, 28 April 2008

Girl Power / Child Neglect

A news story in yesterday's Observer reported on research that suggested that boys at primary school could perform better if taught in single-sex classes. This observation is just one of several issues which are covered by the report, which looks at how the gender make-up of classes can affect the children within them. You can read Girl Power online now.

Students may also be interested in reading Developing an Effective Response to Neglect and Emotional Harm to Children. This is a collaborative report between the NSPCC and the University of East Anglia.

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