Home-schooling - a parents' perspective in the advent of COVID-19: Evidence submitted to the Education Select Committee. COVID-19: Support for children's education (Third Report of Session 2021-22).

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Abstract

Evidence is provided to inform whether the Department for Education managed the move to mainly home-learning effectively. Data is derived with thirty-one parents[1] and three teachers who reflected together on the conduct and consequences of their home-learning experiences, from one small, mixed-primary school located in rural North-West England.

Research involved three cycles, capturing in ‘real-time’ what was happening in a fast-changing landscape. Each cycle corresponded with lockdown phases and considered emerging themes.
Original languageEnglish
TypeEducation Select Committee evidence REF COE0005
Number of pages7
Publication statusSubmitted - 16 Mar 2021

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