From teacher training to school leadership

Imran Mogra*

*Corresponding author for this work

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    Questions about representation, misrepresentation, recruitment, retention, withdrawal, promotion, and leadership concerning Black and Minority Ethnic communities in education generally, and in primary settings particularly, have persisted for a long time. Nevertheless, over the years, it is undeniable that some progress has been made at all strata of the hierarchy of the schooling system, some of which can be attributed to the widening participation in HE as a way of fulfilling social justice goals. That said, discriminatory systems persist as well. The (re)production of inequalities within HE encompasses different groups of students where they enrol, among other reasons, to enhance their economic well-being, but face challenges in realising their aims (Reay, Crozier, and Clayton 2010; Brooks 2012; Pilkington 2013; Kendall 2016; Bhopal 2018; Tereshchenko, Mills, and Bradbury 2020).
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationEthnicity, Religion, and Muslim Education in a Changing World
    Subtitle of host publicationNavigating Contemporary Perspectives on Multicultural Schooling in the UK
    Number of pages18
    ISBN (Electronic)9781040047941
    ISBN (Print)9781032364834
    Publication statusPublished (VoR) - 12 Jun 2024

    Publication series

    NameEducating Brummies


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