Fears hundreds of Stirling school pupils missed out on online learning during lockdown

Daily Record reports …

Hundreds of pupils in Stirling may have missed out on online learning over lockdown according to new figures. Stirling Council said last week it would “aspire” to provide a Chromebook for all secondary school pupils and pupils in upper primary school by the autumn term. Mid Scotland and Fife MSP, Dean Lockhart and Stirling councillor Ross Oxburgh asked the council how many pupils identified as being unable to access learning online.

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