Overseas Trained Teachers: Race, Origin, Qualifications and Career Progression

Paul Miller

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Abstract

In recent years, the issue of race in education in the UK have been submerged in wider discourses of diversity, leading to an invisibility of the quotidian experiences of marginalised peoples in educational institutions. Race, Education and Educational Leadership in England looks at how the experiences of black and ethnic minority (BME) students and academics in education has changed and investigates how the implementation of current policies on race equality are being monitored by the government. The contributors take an integrated approach, looking at issues and themes that occur across all educational phases in England and draw on expertise from within and outside the education system. The editors highlight areas of weakness and good practice in access, curriculum, progression and the lived experience. This book makes a compelling argument for why race equality matters in England's education system.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRace, Education and Educational Leadership in England
Subtitle of host publicationAn Integrated Analysis
EditorsPaul Miller, Christine Callender
PublisherBloomsbury Academic
Chapter5
Edition1st
ISBN (Electronic)9781350068612, 9781350068605
ISBN (Print)9781350068599
Publication statusPublished - 18 Apr 2019

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    Miller, P. (2019). Overseas Trained Teachers: Race, Origin, Qualifications and Career Progression. In P. Miller, & C. Callender (Eds.), Race, Education and Educational Leadership in England: An Integrated Analysis (1st ed.). Bloomsbury Academic.