Whether children will enjoy academic success can be now predicted at birth, a new study suggests. The study, led by the University of York, found that parents’ socioeconomic status and children’s inherited DNA differences are powerful predictors of educational achievement.
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Eyinade Eweje A lot of children have unique gifts or abilities which if spotted early and properly harnessed may take them places their parents never imagined. For some, it’s their exceptional academic ability. However, these children may fail to attain