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Covid has exposed deeper problems in our education system


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Professor Len Shackleton writes for The Telegraph

Some damage resulting from missed schooling is reparable, argues IEA Editorial and Research Fellow Professor Len Shackleton, but “sticking plasters” are not enough to fix the deeper problems in our education system, exposed by the pandemic.

Writing for The Telegraph, Len argues the government should  firmly rebuff objections from the teaching unions and radically reform the education system.

The most fundamental change, Len argues should be to put more power in the hands of parents, particularly poorer parents.

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