On this page, we've collated a range of research and policy publications related to BAME representation in education.
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Race Discrimination, the Politics of Knowledge, and Cultural Inequality in England
This paper from Paul Miller highlights the need for courageous and transformative leadership from policy makers and institutions in tackling race inequality in education in England.
Visible and Invisible Barriers: The Impact of Racism on BME teachers
The report presents the findings of a survey and in-depth focus groups looking at the experiences of Black, Asian and ethnic minority (BME) teachers in England.
BERA: Race, Ethnicity and Education
This page on BERA's website collates a variety of their race, ethnicity and education research papers and blogs in one place.
A head for hiring: The behavioural science of recruitment and selection
DfE: Diversity of the teaching workforce
This statement of intent was released by the DfE in 2018 with a number of co-signatories, including BAMEed.
lkmco: Boys on Track
This report from lkmco highlights areas for action to support white FSM-eligible and black Caribbean boys in London.
lkmco: Ethnicity, gender and social mobility
This report from lkmco explores, with reference to intersectionality, how ethnicity, gender and poverty interact to support or constrain young people’s social mobility.
Royal Historical Society: Race, Ethnicity and Equality Report
This report, published 18 October 2018 by the Royal Historical Society highlights racial and ethnic inequalities in the teaching and practice of History in the UK.
Runnymede: Publications and Resources
This page on Runnymede's website collates their publications and resources as the independent race equality think tank.