Teaching union tells MPs that Year 11 pupils have been neglected and need urgent help to catch up

Daily Mail reports …

A leading figure in the education sector is worried that Year 11 pupils in the UK are being neglected when they should be receiving urgent help.

David Hughes, chief executive of the Association of Colleges, said that he is most worried about this age group in terms of catching up from lost time caused by the coronavirus pandemic. 

Read more at: Teaching union tells MPs that Year 11 pupils have been neglected and need urgent help to catch up

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