Posted on Thursday 7th May 2020
The changes in the way schools are carrying out lessons due to the coronavirus outbreak has prompted experts in Kent to consider how the crisis could dramatically alter the way we teach children in years to come.
Since the government ordered schools to close, both teachers and students have been presented with an array of challenges with many classrooms having to go virtual.
So, what will the lasting impact be on education? KMTV's Cameron Tucker has been exploring the issue.
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