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Michael Barber urges universities to make long-term plans for online learning and teaching

What is it with policymakers and space? Last year, we had the prime minister’s adviser Dominic Cummings moving senior aides into a “Nasa-style” mission control hub in Whitehall and the launch of a testing programme called Operation Moonshot.

Now Boris Johnson’s latest adviser, former New Labour guru Michael Barber—who steps down as chair of the Office for Students next month and has been charged by the prime minister with reviewing delivery in government—has published a report on digital teaching and learning called Gravity Assist: Propelling higher education towards a brighter future

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