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Strategic planning for online learning
Strategic planning for online learning

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This course was funded by the UKRI and developed by the team leading the research project:

Leading school learning through COVID-19 and beyond: Online learning and strategic planning through and post lockdown in English secondary schools. Grant number: ES/V016989/1.

The project was led by Professor Jacqueline Baxter, with thanks to Dr Katharine Jewitt, Research Associate, for her work on the course.

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