Coronavirus: £13.5bn education package ‘needed to prevent pupils from being left behind’

Friday, May 14, 2021

The Early Years Pupil Premium should be increased in line with that of primary schools to reverse the damage to children’s learning during the pandemic, according to a new report which sets out fully-costed education recovery plans.

The Education Policy Institute is calling for £13.5 bn in Government funding to repair children's learning lost during the pandemic
The Education Policy Institute is calling for £13.5 bn in Government funding to repair children's learning lost during the pandemic

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