A project in Cornwall to get teenage mums back into education has been praised by the Government. Only three years ago the county had a poor record but now it's one of the best performing in the country.
Seven centres have been set up around Cornwall for mothers aged between sixteen and nineteen. And, crucially, each one provides a creche so their children are nearby. Our Cornwall Correspondent Steve Hardy reports.
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