When the coronavirus pandemic hit, schools closed and they needed a way to teach online. Selena Brown talks about setting up 10,000 schools with digital education platforms by March 2021.
Selena Brown is the Communication lead for the Digital education platform team.
She was previously the Communication lead for the Teaching Vacancies service.
Over 10,000 schools are already using the Teaching Vacancies service with hundreds more signing up each week. Read about how we're telling users about this new service and the channels we're using.
This new service has been rolled out to all publicly-funded schools in England. Selena Brown talks about the user needs at the heart of the service and what people think of the service so far.
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