Remote learning ‘partial substitute’ for classroom, with disadvantaged pupils hit hardest, analysis finds

The Independent reports …

Remote learning was “at best a partial substitute” for classroom lessons, with schools with more disadvantaged pupils particularly hard hit, according to new analysis.

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