Join the Race, Ethnicity & Education SIG annual meeting to network with colleagues, learn about the activities of the SIG over the last year and plans for 2021 This meeting will be hosted on...
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The lack of black and minority ethnic (BAME) teachers and headteachers in English schools is a growing concern facing policymakers in England. In a recent conference of school leaders, Nadhim...Continue reading
Call for papers: Decolonial and anti-racist perspectives in teacher training and education curricula in the UK
A special issue of the Curriculum Journal
International students experience loneliness regularly when living and studying abroad (Wawera & MacCamley, 2020), and the situation appears to have worsened during the pandemic. Since loneliness...Continue reading
This series celebrates our one-thousandth BERA Blog post by republishing some of our favourites from among the posts that have proven most popular since the blog began in 2015. The collection both...
The challenge of educating student teachers in taking an anti-racist stance is a constant one. Despite the current worldwide focus on race inequalities, there is always the danger of erasing these...Continue reading
We are delighted to announce new funding looking at aspects of race and ethnicity across the education sector. There are five recipients of the new round of small grant funding: Melissa Jogie...
BERA Council is pleased to issue a call for proposals for the BERA Small Grants Fund 2021/22. This year, we would like the projects to focus on the theme of ‘race and education’. We are...
Guests in someone else’s house? Sense of belonging among ethnic minority students in a Hong Kong university
An interest in students’ sense of belonging to their universities or colleges has been gathering momentum in research on student persistence at their chosen institution (Hausmann et al., 2007;...Continue reading
‘We are the most researched people in the world’: Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith speaks at Cambridge on the project of decolonising education
On Thursday 3 June, Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith addressed the University of Cambridge’s annual conference at the Faculty of Education. Smith is ending her time as professor of education and...Continue reading
For decades now, there has been a looming child and youth mental health crisis in many developed nations globally (WHO, 2020). Nations have varied in policy responses to the issue, but what many...Continue reading