Kevan Collins says massive national effort required to address crisis, not just ‘a bit of tutoring in the corner’
The former education catch-up tsar has criticised the government’s recovery plan for pupils in England, calling it “feeble” and warning against what he described as a growing complacency that children will recover naturally from the impact of the pandemic.
Sir Kevan Collins, who resigned from his post last month, told MPs on the education select committee that a massive national effort was required to address the crisis in lost learning, not just “a bit of tutoring in the corner”.
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