Visible Minorities, Invisible Teachers

Written by:
Runnymede Trust, NASUWT and Act For Racial Justice
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This publication reveals both the overt and covert ways that Black and ethnic minority (BME) teachers experience racism and discrimination in their everyday teaching lives. It  highlights that racial inequality not only exists at different levels within the British education system, but is also stubbornly persistent, affecting BME teachers’ morale and longterm career aspirations. For the education system to be able to deliver for all of society, discrimination has to be challenged and rooted out wherever it is found.

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