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Growing up in Scotland: the circumstances of persistently poor children

Published: 29 Apr 2010
Part of:
Children and families, Education, Equality and rights
ISBN:
9780755983117

This report looks at how many children experience persistent poverty and which children are most likely to be persistently poor. It also examines the outcomes of children from persistently poor families.

72 page PDF

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72 page PDF

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Contents
Growing up in Scotland: the circumstances of persistently poor children
References

72 page PDF

700.6kB

References

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