To help children catch up, we need a massive extension of quality remote teaching and learning

An article by Anna Firth and Stephen James, from Conservative Home

The Prime Minister is right that getting children back to school this week is a national priority and a moral duty…but it is also the easy part. As Robert Halfon has already rightly observed: “the biggest challenge is going to be looking after those children who’ve not been learning in the lockdown and helping them catch up”.

To read more, you will find the full article on the Conservative Home website.

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