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There’s no such thing as a ‘safe bet’

ven in the best conditions, getting new teaching and learning ideas to work in schools can prove devilishly difficult. With the new-found limitations of Covid, the challenge of making a positive change is clearly harder than ever. So are we destined to be stuck in our current state with no innovation in sight?

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