Now is the time to think creatively about how we can place schools at the heart of a wider community network.
The crisis is making existing inequalities in education worse.
But it has also led to creative responses from teachers, parents, and communities to help children keep learning. The RSA is thinking about how to take forward the best innovations and build momentum to make education after Covid fairer than it was before.
Placing schools at the heart of the community
Trainee teachers and newly qualified teachers have been severely affected by Covid-19 disruption. But with the right support, the crisis can be an opportunity to build resilience and creativity.
In our poll, criticism of the government’s approach was stronger among Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic participants and people from the poorest backgrounds.