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Reports of research in the area of diversity and achievement. Number of resources (176)

Project that supports black and minority ethnic trainees in a mainly white institution in South West England. Includes project reports from 2004- 2009.
Report on the one-day widening participation conference that was held by the widening participation team at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in October 2009.
# The Institute for Policy Studies in Education (IPSE) at London Metropolitan University was commissioned in 2007 by the DCSF to conduct a small-scale two-year evaluation of the Primary Black Children's Achievement (BCA) Programme. The evaluation sought to identify effective practice (at school and local authority level) that could usefully be adopted by a wider range of schools and local...
# Runnymede asked eight prominent thinkers on race, class and inequality to reflect on the state of class in 21st century Britain, and its relationship with race equality.
# This is an interim report on the case study phase of a three year study commissioned by the DCSF and conducted by the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER)
# Multiverse commissioned The Runnymede Trust to run a series of NQT training sessions on race equality. This report highlights the lessons learnt from the training and makes recommendations for future policy.
This article focuses on new arrivals from Jamaica.
This study explored the way students constructed whiteness and non-whiteness in the short stories they submitted for coursework requirements in GCSE English literature.
# A comprehensive assessment of the lives and well-being of children and adolescents in the economically advanced nations.
# REDCo is a centre based at Warwick University funded by the European Commission Framework 6 Initiative. The centre targets mainly 14 –16 year olds and how teaching about religion in schools can promote dialogue and reduce conflict.
# Details of research project: Caulfield, C. Hill, M. & Shelton, A. (2005) The experiences of young black and minority ethnic young people following the transition to secondary school The SCRE Centre, University of Glasgow
# Document prepared by the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) which enjoins member European states to to provide guidance to their schools on respecting cultural difference and teaching about religion in a fair and balanced way.
# This review of the literature on the education of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller pupils was published recently by the DCSF
# This discussion paper explores the potential impact of local initiatives on educational aspirations and attainment with particular attention to pupils’ aged 11-14 (Key Stage Three).
This article explores some of the issues underpinning the new Key Stage 2 Framework for languages, whereby every child will have, by 2010, the opportunity to learn another language.
# This is the first major study to look at the implications for teachers in schools and for tutors in Initial Teacher Training of Polish migration.
# DCSF research digest of study looking at perceptions of behaviour and patterns of exclusion - Gypsy and Traveller pupils.
Prejudice and Pride is a valuable resource pack comprising a DVD and a research report . The 28 page report presents the findings of a study commissioned by the Cambridgeshire Traveller Implementation Group and published by the Ormiston Children and Families Trust.
This is a report of a recent research project commissioned by the Children’s Workforce Development Council (CWDC) to explore the range of issues around working with Travellers, Irish Travellers, Gypsies, Roma and Showpeople, as well as the support and training available to staff involved. The research was conducted by the NfER and published in 2009.
Research report of a study into Elective Home Education of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children commissioned by the DFES (Ivatts, 2006)