In the past three weeks or so, our primary and secondary schools have pulled off a feat that in ordinary times would have taken years to achieve.
By moving to remote and online education for the vast majority of pupils in the face of a global pandemic, school leaders and teachers have gone beyond the call of duty.
As we contemplate more weeks in lockdown, with very little prospect of a return to normality before the end of the academic year, there is evidence that the education system is now getting its head around the learning challenges – and opportunities – presented by these sudden and dramatic changes.
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