Poorer pupils missing out
6:23am 1st April 2010
Children from poorer backgrounds are being short-changed in North Yorkshire's schools.
That's according to Save The Children.
It's found, kids from less wealthy backgrounds are 40% more likely to fail there GCSEs than their better-off classmates.
Meanwhile a group of MPs say kids should have at least one school trip a term. They say there is not enough at the moment and put it done to fears over health and safety.
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