Literacy and Numeracy (Attainment)

November 2012
Basic Skills Bulletin;11/23/2012, Issue 109, p13
The article reports that Member of Parliament for Derby North Chris Williamson asked British Minister for Schools David Laws regarding the government's efforts to raise the levels of attainment in literacy and numeracy for deprived children.


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