CRRE in the NEWS

  

Dr Nicola Rollock recognised for her influential research: 2014 Powerlist

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Dr Nicola Rollock, Deputy Director of the Centre for Research in Race and Education at the School of Education, is featured in the 2014 Powerlist of Britain's most influential Black people.
Date:
18/11/2013

CRRE co-sponsors Birmingham event as part of the national tour by Dr Richard Stone.

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CRRE is one of several Birmingham-based equity organizations that support an event featuring Dr Richard Stone, panel member of the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry (1997-99).
Date:
03/10/2013

Zero-tolerance strategy hits minorities harder

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The Times Educational Supplement quotes Prof Gillborn in relation to new research on race and school discipline from the USA.
Date:
19/07/2013

Black pupils and Academies

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The Voice newspaper reports Professor Gillborn's speech at the London Schools and the Black Child conference organised by Diane Abbott MP
Date:
08/06/2013

Different Realities: from Colour Bar to Post Racial Britain?

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Lord Herman Ouseley discusses the changing nature of racism and discrimination in the UK over the past 50 years in the first annual CRRE lecture.
Date:
22/05/2013

Are we now middle class?

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'The Voice' newspaper quotes Professor Gillborn on social class, race and education
Date:
14/04/2013

University of Birmingham opens new Centre for Research in Race and Education

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On Thursday 21st February 2013, the School of Education launched the Centre for Research in Race and Education (CRRE) at the University of Birmingham.
Date:
14/03/2013

'Race silenced at political level', says academic

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The Voice' newspaper features an interview with Dr Nicola Rollock
Date:
21/02/2013

Swedish antiracist magazine 'Mana' feature on David Gillborn

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David Gillborn interview feature in Swedish antiracist magazine 'Mana'
Date:
19/10/2012

Examining exams: GCSEs, the E.Bacc and the question of Equity

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The coalition government has proven itself willing to be bold in reforming the state education system. The landscape of schooling has already begun to change as a result of moves to make academy status the norm across England and establish so-called 'free schools', both directly funded (in whole or part) by the state and systematically lessening the role of local authorities. Michael Gove's recent statement on the status of GCSEs and the introduction of a new qualification – the English Baccalaureate Certificate (EBC) – have been greeted as another momentous change, but what do the reforms really mean and who is likely to win (and lose) as a result
Date:
28/09/2012
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