MCR Pathways Lockdown Survey found that since lockdown, 68.2% of young people did not use any learning materials provided by the school. Of those, nearly half did not because they felt the materials were hard […]
Is there anything being done to educate young people in primary schools and high schools about visual impairment and blindness? Watch the clip for the First Minister’s response. FMQT Next Generation was […]
You said earlier when we were talking about equality that education was the best way to increase tolerance. Would you then agree that to increase tolerance of the LGBT community, all high schools should be taught […]
This report sets out the key messages from a joint study by Save the Children and Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People to examine young people’s views on how to better support young people experiencing poverty to achieve at school – and in life.
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