Schools shutdown likely to widen attainment gap, says Ofsted chief

The Guardian reports …

The chief inspector of schools in England has said the attainment gap between deprived pupils and their wealthier peers will widen as a result of school closures and it is in children’s interests to get back to school as quickly as possible.

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