Abstract This paper explores the literature on preventive strategies to reduce exclusions of Black children in English schools which has remained as an entrenched problem
Resisting whiteness: anti-racist leadership and professional learning in majority white senior leadership teams in English schools Claire Stewart-Hall, Penny Rabiger, Professor Vini Lander and Viv
12th Festival of Education @ Wellington College 7-8 July. Session on risks of majority-white teams + anti-racist approaches to make organisations more equitable.
Image via Vecteezy Why do white teachers have a problem talking about race in schools? We have all learned to avoid talking about race in
Image via Vecteezy Do #BLM protests mean change has happened already? Nationally, 14.3% of teachers are from minority ethnic groups (DfE, 2020). Statistically, fewer minoritized teachers
Having worked in the city’s schools for many years, Claire Stewart-Hall makes some suggestions about what schools can do to change this.
I met a friend with whom I trained to be an English teacher the other day. “I heard you’d got out. When they told me I was so pleased for you. The great news is that I’m out too. I feel as though I’ve been in some kind of scientology cult…” she said, “I tell people: I’m a recovering teacher.”