Article preview: The loss of formal education in school since the onset of the pandemic is significant. Children across the UK are likely to have missed out on at least half a year of normal, in-person education. In many cases, children have missed substantially more time in school, with the requirement to self-isolate at home due to close contact with those infected. But what is the financial impact of this lost period of education?
The financial cost of lost schooling
This 558-word blog post considers new research from the Institute for Fiscal Studies, considering the expected financial cost of missing formal education. Written on 2nd February 2021.
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