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How much learning was lost in lockdown?

‘It is likely that provisions will have improved over time – initially, lockdown was a shock, and schools and parents alike will have scrambled to make the best of it’

t’s quite hard to pin down the amount of learning that pupils may have lost during the pandemic, but I have recently

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