Inter-Ethnic Relations Of Teenagers In England’s Schools

Pupils from schools with greater ethnic diversity have more positive feelings towards pupils of different ethnicities, according to this new study of attitudes in English secondary schools from the University of Bristol and LSE.

While pupils tend to have warmer feelings for their own ethnic group, the more mixed the school, the warmer the feelings for other ethnicities, promoting social cohesion. 

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