Why putting trust in teachers is first step to get education back on track - the YEP says
It comes as he confirmed that GCSE, AS and A-level exams this summer will be replaced by school assessments.
Our city’s young people – the lockdown generation – will bear the brunt of the impact of the latest round of school closures.
For many, access to a computer to study on in their homes feels out of reach - so what chance do they stand?
We cannot afford to leave any of our youngsters behind and we applaud initiatives such as Leeds Tech Angels who are offering their support.
But the Government must make the grade for the sake of our pupils – and putting trust in teachers is the first step.
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