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News briefing: Phonics helps disadvantaged and EAL pupils read, study suggests
Teaching pupils to read using phonics has long-lasting benefits for pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds and who speak English as an additional language, a study suggests. However, phonics does not appear to improve the reading skills of better-off pupils and native English speakers.
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