School catch-up tsar resigns in funding row
Thursday, June 3, 2021
The prime minister’s catch-up tsar Sir Kevan Collins resigned on Wednesday night in response to the Government’s ‘half-hearted approach’ to education recovery for hundreds of thousands of children, whose learning has been disrupted by the pandemic.
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