Children in areas of disadvantage should be the first to return to classrooms when schools re-open, it has been urged. It has been claimed that the closure of schools, and sudden change to remote and online learning, has exposed a “digital divide”. There are concerns that many young people are missing out as they do not have access to devices or broadband.
Schools have now been closed for normal learning for five weeks. The Department of Education has sent principals a questionnaire designed to find out more about the success or otherwise of online learning………...………………
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