The threat of more disruption to face-to-face lessons means the “postcode lottery” of remote teaching standards must end, a parents’ group says.
A study suggested Wales had the lowest provision of online lessons across the UK when schools were closed during the national lockdown.
One parent told BBC Wales their children were given “next to nothing” to do at home during the summer term.
The Welsh Government has provided remote learning advice to schools.
This includes guidance on live-streaming and video-conferencing, it said, but it was for schools to decide what the right blend of learning was for their pupils.
On Friday, Education Minister Kirsty…
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