What are the cost benefits in educational attainment?
For further information on reports relating to cost benefits in educational attainment, please visit The Centre for Longitudinal Studies (CLS) website.
What are the long term costs?
For further information, see 'The long term costs of literacy difficulties 2nd edition', published by Every Child a Chance Trust in January 2009.The long term costs of literacy difficulties 2nd edition(0.85Kb)
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