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Revealed - Furloughed workers far less likely to have basic qualifications

@IPPR calls for spending review to include a long-term funding settlement for further education, to help drive economic recovery  Furloughed workers who lose their jobs are far less likely to have higher level qualifications than the general population, hampering their search for new opportunities, according to new research by IPPR.

Schools' post-Covid gap in mental health counselling for pupils and support for parents

Only half of teachers say their school can offer pupils on-site mental-health counselling in wake of pandemic, finds @IPPR 

Government’s ‘lost learning’ catchup plan not enough to close attainment gap say 71 per cent of teachers

Mental health support for the most vulnerable pupils must be prioritised to close growing attainment gap in schools, says IPPR

Large number of additional children forecasted to be in poverty by the end of 2020

@IPPR analysis on rise in child poverty  Commenting on an analysis by the Institute for Public Policy Research showing the number of additional children forecasted to be in poverty by the end of 2020,

Save 'children of the pandemic' from becoming its unseen victims

#Covid_19 - @IPPR says an emergency support package is needed to save ‘children of the pandemic’ from becoming its unseen victims  Right to paid parental leave, extra family cash, help accessing online learning and priority use of parks ‘essential’ to protect children from widening poverty, education and health gaps


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