Study: Family income affects success of Australian students

04/20/2009 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

Poor children in Melbourne, Australia, are more likely to struggle in school, according to a study of schools in the city's working-class suburbs. Researchers found that poor students who struggled in school in Year 7 were more likely to continue struggling than their more affluent peers.

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