Brexit will cause a “major disaster” for schools and colleges if it removes access to the biggest student exchange programme in the world, MSPs have heard. The loss of the long-running Erasmus+ scheme would not only deny thousands of young people potentially life-changing opportunities in other countries, but it could harm teachers’ professional development, according to experts. The warnings were made at last week’s meeting of Holyrood’s Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Relations Committee.
Scottish pupils now have the most rights in Europe when it comes to entitlement to ask for support ...
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