School governors and race equality in 21st century schools

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Weekes-Bernard, Debbie
Runnymede Trust
Date of publication
1 August 2009
Education and Skills, Minority Groups
Social welfare
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Revisions to the organization, role and responsibilities of school governing bodies were expected to be announced following the publication of the Labour Government’s much-delayed Governance Review. This Runnymede Briefing Paper, written to coincide with the publication of the Review, examines the evidence on school governors, race equality and community cohesion and considers what needs to be done to ensure that race equality remains central to school governance in the 21st century and beyond.

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