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Response to “A Classroom Story” Jasmine Rhamie

Jasmine Rhamiepost by JASMINE RHAMIE
University of Roehampton

I have read with interest and concern the Twitter debate generated by my blog “A Classroom Story” which was created as a counter-story. The characters William and the class teacher were representations of typical experiences composed from different accounts which were reported by Black male student teachers during a small scale research project in 2013. Continue reading Response to “A Classroom Story” Jasmine Rhamie

Race, Racism and Education: What Can we Learn from History?

Gill Crozierpost by GILL CROZIER
University of Roehampton

Racism is vile. Three weeks ago I would have thought that just about everyone in Britain would agree with that statement – even though some of those might still behave in racist ways. But in May the British Social Attitudes’ Survey reported that a third of all surveyed admitted to being racist . Why has this arisen when many suggest Britain is now a more tolerant society? Continue reading Race, Racism and Education: What Can we Learn from History?