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Fathers have ‘unique effect’ on children’s educational outcomes, study finds

Research claims children whose fathers read and play with them see a ‘small but significant’ increase in their educational attainment

Children whose fathers read, play, sing and draw with them show a “small but significant” increase in their educational attainment at primary school, according to research that suggests just 10 minutes a day could make a difference.

While it has long been recognised that parental engagement is critical for a child’s education and development, a study led by the University of Leeds claims fathers have “a unique and important effect” on children’s educational outcomes.

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