Gladys Berejiklian has announced a plan for schools returning. An education expert and an epidemiologist weigh it up
According to one teacher, New South Wales education minister Sarah Mitchell did a good job at the daily Covid press conference on Friday. She was across her brief and, as my educator friend put it, “seemed to know what she was talking about”.
My friend’s comment was positive but the note of pleasant surprise was telling. Educators are generally wary of decisions made about schools by those who don’t work in them.
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