By: Tim Johnson
March 17, 2017
Breakfast Television Toronto published a Today’s Parent story quoting Dr. Charles Ungerleider, a UBC education professor emeritus, about data from the Toronto District School Board that suggests kids with late birthdays could start school a year late.
Ungerleider said the literature seems to suggest that it’s beneficial to hold your child back from entering school if they would be younger than their classmates, particularly for boys.
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Story via UBC News.