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Teachers’ responses to the school reopening strategy.

See, Beng Huat and Wardle, Lindsey and Collie, Philip (2020) 'Teachers’ responses to the school reopening strategy.', Working Paper. Durham University Evidence Centre for Education & Schoolzone.


This report is the first of a series of reports that focus on how schools and colleges in England are responding to the current coronavirus pandemic. The surveys on which these reports are based were developed in collaboration with Schoolzone. The first survey was launched at 9am on 12th May, two days after the Prime Minister announced steps for lifting the lockdown in England including the partial reopening of schools scheduled for 1st June. This survey received over 4,600 responses, reflecting the strength of feelings teachers have about the issue. These responses have given us an insight into what matters to teachers and pupils and what concerns them most. They will be valuable in informing future policy decisions on support and provisions for schools, teachers and children.

Item Type:Monograph (Working Paper)
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Date deposited:15 June 2020
Date of first online publication:01 June 2020
Date first made open access:15 June 2020

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