England's literacy scores show gender gap

03/2/2007 | BBC

In England in 2006, 73% of 14-year-olds met a literacy standard on national exams, down one percentage point from 2005. Results showed a pronounced gender gap, with 80% of girls reaching national curriculum Level 5, compared with 65% of boys.

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