Re-Thinking Youth Participation for the Present and Next Generation: Education To Employment

Private school pupils are five times more likely than state school pupils to have had at least four online lessons a day. They are also four times more likely to have spent more than five hours a day on schoolwork.

This London School of Economic research has highlighted educational disparities between privileged students and those from poorer backgrounds under the pandemic. It found that just 59 percent of pupils were benefitting from full schooling, but the rest are still not receiving the same number of teaching hours as they did before the pandemic hit.

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