Education Studies continues to grow as a popular undergraduate area of study. This core text addresses themes common to all Education Studies courses. It benefits from a large list of chapters from key contributors at key institutions. This third edition has been completely revised and updated with the addition of seven new chapters. Themes newly explored include gender, research, the power of money and status and alternatives to schooling. This fully comprehensive text is accessibly written, with learning features throughout to encourage students to approach issues critically. Fully up-to-date and covering a huge range of themes for Education Studies students.
Chapter 14: Race and Education
Race and Education
This chapter addresses the issue of race in education through reference to historic and current research. It traces government initiatives from the 1960s to manage the post-war migration and the presence of black and minority (BME) pupils and to combat racism in schools. The political dimension to race in society and the current political response to migration from eastern Europe are considered. Wider issues associated with BME pupils in the classroom are reviewed through an exploration of race and identity. A discussion of race and achievement draws together conclusions as reflected in the experiences of black pupils in inner London schools, which are similar to other geographical locations in the UK.
Educational Initiatives to Combat Racism in Education
Successive governments ...