Stereotyping of Ethnic Minorities


This new report by the Centre for Market and Public Organisation claims that some ethnic groups are systematically being ‘under-assessed’ relative to their White peers. If true, schools could actually be increasing inequalities of educational achievement between Caribbeans and whites or between rich and poor through racial stereotyping. Leadership Briefings Issue 4.07 (43)

DATE: 06/11/2009
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