A report by The Sutton Trust published on the 11th January has revealed just 5% of pupils in state schools have adequate internet access, according to teachers.
Compiled using data from Teacher Tapp in early January, the report, Remote Learning: The Digital Divide, revealed just 10% of students have adequate access to a device for remote learning according to their teachers.
The report also found:
- 11% of teachers overall report than more than 1 in 5 of their pupils don’t have adequate internet access for learning.
- 21% of teachers in the most deprived schools report more than 1 in 5 pupils lack internet compared to 3% in the most affluent state schools, and just 1% at private schools.
You can read the full report here.