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When using flipped learning, teachers have to put on additional classes for pupils with no internet access

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One of the biggest priorities for those working in education at the moment – as well as the government – is to ensure that schools expand all pupils’ opportunities.

A question asked of most new teaching interventions, therefore, is whether they will narrow or widen the attainment gap that exists between pupils from different backgrounds.

When it comes to flipped learning, commentators are split on whether it will reduce educational inequality or end up reinforcing it.

According to the Education Endowment Foundation’s (EEF) findings on one flipped learning intervention, MathsFlip, pupils ...

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