With students now learning online, we know many schools and children are facing challenges to access education and schoolwork remotely.
Here at CAS, we’re keen to build up a clearer picture of how this is affecting schools, teachers and young people.
We’ve already spoken to some CAS members who’ve told us about a wide range of issues, such as families relying on 4G data plans, children only able to access the internet via a games console or mobile phone and patchy broadband particularly in rural areas.
But we know this is just a snapshot.
We’d love to hear about your experiences of support families and children to keep engaged with education during the closure of schools.
How is lack of access to technology affecting your students and your ability to teach?
Please share your experiences via our short survey. It only takes a few minutes to complete and can be accessed here.