Poorer pupils 'worst affected' by school closures, study warns, amid row over reopening
Monday, May 18, 2020
Keeping schools closed will widen educational inequality between poorer pupils and their wealthier peers, new research warns, as the row over reopening settings on 1 June deepens.
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