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New paper suggests life chances of young carers are likely to be affected by their support of family

Friday, August 11, 2017

A recent paper by Diana Warren and CSRM's Ben Edwards finds that 14 year olds finds a very large educational impact on NAPLAN scores for young carers.  It suggests that life chances of young carers are likely to be affected by their support of family.  The paper is a chapter in the latest LSAC Annual Statistical Report published by the Australian Institute of Family Studies.

You can read more about the research here.

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