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WISERD surveyed young people in Years 7-12 about their home learning experiences during summer 2020, what they missed and whether they should be allowed to see friends.

In addition to asking about resources for schoolwork, time spent learning and going to school during lockdown, we asked young people about their worries, how they had been helping out during lockdown and their daily habits.

We also asked them about changing interests in politics, and knowledge of devolution in the context of different lockdown rules in Wales and England.

Life in Lockdown: Evidence from the 2020 WISERD Education Multi-Cohort Study


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