‘Child education infographics are a great tool for helping parents, teachers and educators make decisions on their children’s education’

Infographics are increasingly being used by parents, educators and government officials to provide information about how children are being educated.

But a new study has found that, in the real world, they are often inaccurate.

Infographics are becoming increasingly used by teachers and parents to provide education-related information, and this study found that many of them were not accurate.

Infographic author David Giesbrecht said: “We wanted to see how well we could do the analysis and create an infographics that were reliable and accurate and also, to have a really clear, compelling narrative.”

We wanted a story.

We wanted a way of explaining what is going on, how it is going to change in the next few years and, crucially, why we should care.

“The researchers asked parents and educators to create a narrative for their child’s education using images of classrooms, schools and classrooms with pupils and teachers, including an illustration of an African child learning from a black teacher.”

This is not about a one-size-fits-all education, this is about a child’s educational journey.””

We try to have the infographic be as comprehensive as possible and to provide a sense that the children are getting the best education they could possibly have.”

This is not about a one-size-fits-all education, this is about a child’s educational journey.

“The study looked at children’s first language and their family background.

Infographics were created for a range of languages, and some were drawn by a child with special needs.

The research was funded by the UK government and the University of Exeter.