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Grammar schools are not the answer: the road to a better life starts at birth, not at 11 -- Gaby Hinsliff | Those who claim to support social mobility should instead be demanding more early-years help for children in poorer families

Grammar schools are not the answer: the road to a better life starts at birth, not at 11 -- Gaby Hinsliff | Those who claim to support social mobility should instead be demanding more early-years help for children in poorer families

93% of the World Money is in the Bank Account of 8 White Families and the rest of the Population Fights over the 7% left. I wonder if ya'll see the swindle yet?

93% of the World Money is in the Bank Account of 8 White Families and the rest of the Population Fights over the 7% left. I wonder if ya'll see the swindle yet?

Families turning to state claiming they cannot afford to pay towards burying   loved-ones before splashing out on flowers and memorial trinkets, study   finds

Paupers' funerals making comeback as families exploit loophole to save funeral costs

Families turning to state claiming they cannot afford to pay towards burying loved-ones before splashing out on flowers and memorial trinkets, study finds

WORLD HUNGER FACT: 75% of the world's poor live in rural areas and most are dependent on agriculture for food or income. Via International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)

WORLD HUNGER FACT: 75% of the world's poor live in rural areas and most are dependent on agriculture for food or income. Via International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)

Tory plan to redefine child poverty as figures set to show first rise in decade | Society | The Guardian

Tory plan to redefine child poverty as figures set to show first rise in decade

Tory plan to redefine child poverty as figures set to show first rise in decade | Society | The Guardian

Poverty inquiry finds growing inequality in schools | Society | The Guardian - Increasing numbers of children face social isolation because they are unable to participate fully in school activities.

Poverty inquiry finds growing inequality in schools

Poverty inquiry finds growing inequality in schools | Society | The Guardian - Increasing numbers of children face social isolation because they are unable to participate fully in school activities.

Thousands of children ineligible for free school meals but live in 'hidden poverty'  http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2013/m...    Children's Society study finds highest numbers of children living in poverty but ineligible for free meals are in UK's richest areas

Thousands of children ineligible for free school meals but live in 'hidden poverty'

Thousands of children ineligible for free school meals but live in 'hidden poverty' http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2013/m... Children's Society study finds highest numbers of children living in poverty but ineligible for free meals are in UK's richest areas

'Well-off families create 'glass floor' to ensure children's success, says study - Children from wealthier families but with less academic ability are 35% more likely to become high earners than more gifted counterparts from poor families   http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/jul/26/well-off-families-create-glass-floor-to-ensure-childrens-success-says-study

Well-off families create 'glass floor' to ensure children's success, says study

'Well-off families create 'glass floor' to ensure children's success, says study - Children from wealthier families but with less academic ability are 35% more likely to become high earners than more gifted counterparts from poor families http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/jul/26/well-off-families-create-glass-floor-to-ensure-childrens-success-says-study

The impact of austerity on children’s health can’t be doubted. Yet ministers have axed the one woman who can tell them how bad things are

Our children’s mental health crisis is shocking. But so is the Tory silence

The impact of austerity on children’s health can’t be doubted. Yet ministers have axed the one woman who can tell them how bad things are

Gay teenagers who come out at school emerge with higher self-esteem and lower levels of depression than if they had not – and are no more likely to be bullied.

Gay pupils end up happier if they come out at school, new research

Gay teenagers who come out at school emerge with higher self-esteem and lower levels of depression than if they had not – and are no more likely to be bullied.

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