Covid an ‘opportunity’ to drive change, says Williamson

Tes reports …

New ways of teaching that have emerged during the coronavirus pandemic will have a lasting impact on education for years to come, education secretary Gavin Williamson has said. Developments such as the Oak National Academy, National Tutoring Programme and increased blended learning will have an impact “not just for the next year or two”, he said during a webinar today held to mark 150 years of state education.

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