Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Persistent Poverty and Children’s Cognitive Development

Another day, another child poverty report... This time it's been published by the Institute of Education and draws on data from the Millennium Cohort Study. The research argues that poverty affects children's educational abilities in two ways, in that it limits their access to resources, but also hampers parents' ability to help.

The report is entitled Persistent Poverty and Children’s Cognitive Development, and can be accessed in full by clicking here.

1 comment:

cognitive skills approach said...

No doubt the correlation you made was impeccable. Keep it up!