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The government wants colleges to open their doors to adult learners after schools have gone back.
New research suggests that ethnic minority students are being unfairly treated.
The coronavirus pandemic is only expected to compound class divides, according to the Social Mobility Commission.
By implementing long-overdue reforms, the higher education sector has a strong chance of surviving the crisis, and being stronger for it.
According to one study, around 2 million students in the UK have done no schoolwork since lockdown measures against Covid-19 began.
Students attending state schools, particularly those eligible for free school meals, are struggling with their studies due to fewer online and remote learning materials, two separate reports have found.
The economic fallout from the global pandemic will leave many struggling financially, with young women among those worst affected.
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Emerging research has shown that disadvantaged young people will be amongst the worst affected groups in society as a result of the Covid-19 crisis.
A "one-size-fits-all" approach won't work. Policymakers must look to evidence to support pupils in making up for lost time.
Disparities in home lives and internet access are contributing to educational inequality, according to a survey of UK teachers.