The more things change the more they stay the same: assessing black underachievement 35 years on.
Tell it like it is : How our schools fail black children.
Bookmarks and Trentham, Stoke-on-Trent, pp. 111-119.
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||a) sociology race and gender b) black feminism and postcolonial perspectives c) draws on original research evidence exploring the crisis of Black underachievement since the Coard report in 1970s. d) Core text in national campign to raise the profile of the crisis of Black underachievement in schools. Second reprint in under 2 years. several keynotes given to schools, education authorities and national teaching oganisations such as the NUT. e) draws on 25 years historical and archival evidence on race and gender research on underachievement f) and trentham refrees including Stephen lawrence trust g) single authored
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