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Unions criticise ‘inconclusive’ scientific evidence behind school reopening plan

May 23, 2020 1:00 PM
By Press Association
With just Schools ()days before schools are due to open, parents & teachers are still being kept in the dark.
We all want to get children back in school, but the public need answers.
The remarks come after the Government published documents from the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage) today.
Sage looked at the scientific modelling for seven different scenarios for school closures, the papers show, following their publication, the school leaders' union NAHT has written to the Education Secretary urging the Government to explain why reopening next month is a "wise thing to do".