Schools let down by ‘demoralising’ DfE Covid advice

Tes reports …

The government’s approach to guiding schools through the coronavirus crisis has been branded “woeful” and “demoralising” by a union leader representing thousands of headteachers. School leaders have been let down by the government’s poor advice and late decision making, while facing “ridiculous” assertions by ministers, according to Paul Whiteman, general secretary of the NAHT school leaders’ union.

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