In their own words: Children's experience of poverty in schools - Patrick Butler for theguardian

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A Children's Commission on Poverty inquiry report reveals vividly what it looks and feels like for young people to stand out from their classroom peers because they are poor. 

What's distinctive about the Children's Commission on Poverty inquiry is that it is led by, and informed by children and young people. The aim, says its report, was to enable us to see the impact of poverty on school pupils from their perspective, to appreciate "what it looks and feels like". They succeed.

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