The UK government's Department for Education has released a report summarising research conducted in England during the COVID-19 pandemic on the impact of remote learning on students and teachers. The report highlights that while remote learning has been effective in some cases, it has also widened the achievement gap between disadvantaged students and their more advantaged peers.
The report suggests that teachers need more support to provide high-quality remote learning and that schools need to prioritise the wellbeing of teachers and students during the pandemic.
The report also recommends that schools should work to strengthen their relationships with families and communities to provide more holistic support for students.
Here is the full report: