Telegraph – Isolation hitting poor pupils the hardest
Summary of Today's Paper
The Daily Telegraph – Isolation hitting poor pupils the hardest
The Daily Telegraph’s front page leads – for a second day – on England’s school self-isolation system. The paper says kids from the poorest areas are hit hardest by being forced to self-isolate amid the pandemic. The kids are almost twice as likely to be forced to self-isolate as their peers in wealthier areas, it says.
The paper features a picture of goal-scorer Harry Kane during the England v Germany game.
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