Pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds worst affected by the loss of learning

Pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds worst affected by the loss of learning

Consultant: Sam WilliamsDate posted: July 2021

The Department of Education (DfE) has published research findings examining the extent of learning amongst all students in England, during the Autumn and Spring terms of the current academic year. The research was conducted by The Education Policy Institute (EPI) and Renaissance Learning, for the DfE and follows interim findings from earlier research, published in February this year.

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