Welcome to the BAMEed Network
Help us work towards an education sector that is reflective of society.
We are a grassroots network aimed at ensuring our diverse communities are represented as a substantive part of the education workforce for teachers and leaders in education. We seek to address the inequities in the recruitment of Black, Asian and minority ethnic colleagues into the teaching profession and the lack of support to ensure progress in those careers.
We connect with other education organisations and individuals through events, regional networks across the UK, signposting and mentoring support. Join us on this journey to drive change in education.
Our regional and special interest BAMEed networks work within areas of the UK and education to meet local needs, provide opportunities to connect, and enact change.
Black FE Leadership Group: If not us, who? If not now, when?
Amarjit Basi As a member of the recently formed Black @FELeadership Group (BFELG), I am hugely encouraged by the response to and engagement with our Open Letter since its
How to ensure diversity is at the forefront of your school culture
A video recording of an event from UKEduStories with Bukky Yusuf and Mark Anderson. How to ensure diversity is at the forefront of your school
The power of stereotyping and confirmation bias to overwhelm accurate assessment: the case of economics, gender, and risk aversion
Julie Nelson Behavioral research has revealed how normal human cognitive processes can tend to lead us astray. But do these affect economic researchers, ourselves? This
A Search For Belonging: A story about race, identity, belonging and displacement
Michael Fuller Michael Fuller had an idyllic childhood growing up in care in Surrey, looked after by Margaret who gave him the love and comfort