Need the latest on reopening and testing? What about some quick tips to turbocharge your remote lessons?
Here's an overview of what Tes has published in the past seven days.
- Early findings from the new lateral flow Covid tests in schools raise concerns that the tests are not picking up cases.
- Public Health England recommends that schools stop using rapid Covid tests on people who have had contact with the virus.
- The Department for Education has paused a major part of its Covid testing plan but says it remains committed to testing in schools. So what exactly is going ahead?
- The education secretary says he hopes that schools will open up to all pupils before Easter.
- Ofqual reveals five issues raised in the 65,000 responses it has already received in GCSE and A-level consultation.
- Shadow education secretary Kate Green tells Tes she was bullied in school and warns the problem is still causing "harm" to pupils.
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