School disruption level 'not seen since World War II'

Anne Longfield, the Children's Commissioner of England, was asked by BBC Breakfast this morning that secondary schools would not reopen from September.

"I think it's a big change. It's a disruption not seen since World War II," she said.

She warned that the division of education between disadvantaged and disadvantaged students was “widespread”.

"Almost a decade may well be lost to recognize that educational gap."

He said: "In five years, a generation of children will be leaving school, where disadvantaged children will be less likely to be given the necessary support to learn during this period."

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