Australian students are affected by parents' academic achievement

01/23/2012 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

In Australia, students whose parents did not complete Year 11 in school are more likely to struggle academically, according to the results of the recent NAPLAN results. Such students were 11 times more likely not to meet national benchmarks on the exams than their peers whose parents completed Year 12 or earned bachelor's degrees or certificates.

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