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Race Equality and Schools: A Guide for Parents and Carers

Aug 08, 2010

The Black Training & Enterprise Group (BTEG) on behalf of the Centre for Educational Success (CES) has produced a guide to help parents and carers understand the responsibility that schools have to address race equality and suggest what parents can do to support schools to raise educational attainment. It also outlines the responsibilities of schools, which include the preparation of a written policy for promoting race equality, assessing the impact of such a policy on pupils, staff and parents from different racial groups and monitoring its effect.

The Performance of 5 year olds from different Ethnic Groups

Aug 08, 2010

The Department for Children, Schools and Families published data in November 2008 which shows the achievements of 5year olds from different ethinic groups at the foundation stage and it will make it possible to compare the levels achieved by the same groups at later stages of their education.

The percentages of children who achieved a good level of development at the foundation stage are:

Consultation by the DCSF on document: 21st Century Schools: A World Class Education for Every Child

Aug 08, 2010

The DCSF is consulting on its commitment made in the 2007 Children's Plan on its ambition to 'make England the best place in the world for children and young people to grow up' and to provide ‘world-class schools, and world-class standards for every community' in order to achieve this.

The topics consulted upon include:

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