Educational Policy and the impact of the Lawrence Inquiry: the view from another sector

Rollock, Nicola. 2009. Educational Policy and the impact of the Lawrence Inquiry: the view from another sector. In: Nathan Hall; John Grieve and Stephen P. Savage, eds. Policing and the Legacy of Lawrence. Routledge (Willan Publishing). ISBN 978-1843925064 [Book Section]

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This chapter provides an overview of progress in implementing the education recommendations of the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry. Key debates and government responses to each are examined. In closing, consideration is given to whether, by failing to include specific parameters for the successful elimination of racism within education and by failing to include recommendations aimed at teacher trainees, teachers and school governors, Macpherson and his team went far enough to meet their overall aim of seeking to prevent and eliminate racism.

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Book Section

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Educational Studies

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2 February 2009Published

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27828

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06 Jan 2020 13:07

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06 Jan 2020 13:08

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http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/27828

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