Early years sector hit by 'devastating' impact of Covid-19 crisis, Sutton Trust warns

Nina Jacobs
Thursday, July 2, 2020

A third of nurseries in the most disadvantaged areas could be forced to close due to the Covid-19 crisis leaving many young children unable to access early years education, latest research has warned.

Settings in more disadvantaged areas are worst affected, research shows. Picture: Adobe Stock
Settings in more disadvantaged areas are worst affected, research shows. Picture: Adobe Stock

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