Ethnic Inequality Education

Daniel Johnston
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Ethnic Inequality Education
1 GCSE
1.1 Chinese & Indians - most likely to achieve five or more
1.2 Black Caribbean boys & Black Africans underachieve
1.3 Mixed ethnicity underachieve the most
2 University
2.1 ONS 2004
2.1.1 Most likely to have a degree
2.1.1.1 Chinese 31% Indian 25% White Irish 24%
2.1.2 Least likely to have a degree
2.1.2.1 Bangladeshi, Black Caribbean & Pakistani groups
2.1.3 More Chinese people had no qualifications (20%) than white (15%)
3 Department for Education & Skills team - 2007
3.1 Black & Asian undergraduates are less likely to get a first class degree
4 Lee Harvey (2008)
4.1 Complex social factors affect the attainment of ethnic minorities.
4.2 * Need to undertake paid employment
4.3 * Social Class
4.4 * Family background
5 Exclusion - 2004!
5.1 Black, Black Caribbean & Mixed White were among the most likely to be permanently excluded (3 times the rate for White pupils!!)
5.2 Chinese & Indian pupils had the lowest exclusion rates
6 Wright (1987)
6.1 African-Caribbean boys - more likely to be blamed by teachers for classroom disruption & consequently harshly disciplined compared with White or Asian children.
6.2 Classroom interaction between black youth & white teachers was often characterised by conflict & confrontation
7 Gillborn & Mirza (2000)
7.1 Black students are treated more harshly than white peers and teachers have lower expectations about the motivation, ability and achievement of black pupils