EPI’s ‘Educational Outcomes of Deaf Children in England’ Report

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EPI’s report into the attainment of deaf children in England reveals considerable attainment gaps facing deaf children during their time in education. The report found deaf children were on average almost a year and a half of learning behind their classmates, who did not have any special needs. This lost learning typically results in deaf pupils losing out on more than a whole grade in each of the vital GCSE subjects of maths and English, impacting future career paths and earnings. Click here for more.