Black Leadership: from aspiration to reality
06 May 2010
17:00 to 20:00
Professor Gus John, Honorary Fellow, IOE and Professor Heidi Safia Mirza, Professor of Equality Studies in Education, IOE
For: BME Educators, LCLL members and those interested in equity, diversity and social justice "Endemic racism dashes job hopes" - the headline of the Times Educational Supplement (TES) of Friday November 6, 2009. This refers to the study on the leadership aspirations and careers of black and minority ethnic teachers commissioned by NASUWT and the National College.
With: Professor Gus John, Honorary Fellow, IOE and Professor Heidi Safia Mirza, Professor of Equality Studies in Education, IOE
This seminar will recognise and celebrate the difference that Black Leaders have made and continue to make in the struggle for equity within education. The seminar offers you opportunities to listen to inspirational speakers, engage in debate about the key issues facing our profession, identify how to overcome some of the hurdles to career progression and reconnect with the importance of organising.
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