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Guardian News published this video item, entitled “Government ‘holding back a generation’ over education catchup, says Keir Starmer” – below is their description.
Keir Starmer said Boris Johnson’s government is ‘holding back a generation’ with its post-coronavirus school catch-up plan. The £1.4bn announced for the post-pandemic catch-up programme for pupils in England is around a 10th of the £15bn total understood to have been recommended by the education recovery commissioner, Sir Kevan Collins. The Labour party is expected to put forward a motion for more funding for school children as Starmer said Johnson could claim to be on the side of deprived youth if he did not support the Collins planGuardian News YouTube Channel
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