Leadership

Making Progress? Employment and Retention of BAME Teachers in England

This report has highlighted the impact of inequalities that matter for teachers from different ethnic groups and subject backgrounds. At the national level, only 16% of schools employ over 20% of their teachers from minority ethnic groups.

This new study by UCL Institute of Education (IOE) finds that 46% of all schools in England have no Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) teachers, and even in ethnically diverse schools, BAME teachers are underrepresented in senior leadership teams.

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