Education minister vowed to make sure students have the chance to catch up after COVID | 7NEWS

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High school students were hit hardest by remote learning during COVID with results slipping after last year’s Delta lockdown. New data shows primary aged children fared slightly better.

The education minister has vowed to make sure students have the chance to catch up.

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