Race Equality Teaching is the only practitioners’ journal devoted to race equality in education. For 31 years it has led international debate and reported good practice in education and equality, responding to the political shifts that affect children’s educational opportunities.
The journal will cease publication at the end of the current volume. All 34 volumes are open access and will remain available.
Aims and scope
At a time when teachers have a statutory obligation to promote racial equality and eliminate discrimination in their schools while society is becoming ever more unequal, the journal is more essential than ever. Each issue of the journal features accounts of good practice in primary and secondary schools, recent research and theoretical developments, news and comment and up-to-date information on relevant new resources. Schools, teacher educators and education policy makers who recognise their part in creating a just and socially cohesive society will find RET indispensible for keeping them informed and inspired.
Race Equality Teaching is a Trentham journal published by the Institute of Education Press.
First published as MCT – 1982, ISSN 0263-0869.
Relaunched as RET – 2002, ISSN 1478-8551 (print), 1743-7717 (online).
Editor: Gillian Klein
Publisher, Trentham Books, UCL IOE Press
Associate Editor: Robin Richardson
Co-director, Insted Consultancy, London
Senior Lecturer, University of Edinburgh, and Director of CERES, the Centre for Education for Racial Equality in Scotland
Independent Consultant and Trainer, specialising in community cohesion, refugee children and equality
Founder of Equitable Education, which specializes in closing the attainment gaps
Principal Officer, Race Equality, National Union of Teachers
Educational Consultant and Chair of Bradford SACRE
Member of Northern Black Workers Network, an independent group working in colleges and universities
Advocate worker for racial equality in the early years
Consultant, education and equality
Senior Lecturer in Education and course leader in Education Masters programme at Nottingham Trent University
Education and Management Consultant
James A. Banks
Kerry and Linda Killinger Professor of Diversity Studies, and Director, Center of Multicultural Education, University of Washington, Seattle (USA)
Professor, Birmingham City University
Educational Sociologist, American Sociology Association Emeritus
Visiting Professor, University of Leeds
Professor, Early Years, UCL Institute of Education
Visit RET‘s page on ingentaconnect to view and download all issues.
Volume 34, Number 2, June 2017
Minority ethnic young people: Confident negotiators
Rowena Arshad, Katherine Botterill, Peter Hopkins and Gurchaten Sanghera
Global citizenship and youth participation
Eliminating racism, decolonizing education and building an inclusive society: The role of universities in the Kingdom of the Netherlands
Lisenne Delgado and Lianne Mulder
Reimagining Japan and fighting extremism with the help of a superhero: A teacher’s tale
Yuka Kitayama, Audrey Osler and Yoriko Hashizaki
Reflections on the contribution of intercultural understanding to race equality teaching
Rob Unwin and Jane Woodin
US Schools and the Trump Election: Where to Now?
Edith W. King
- The faults, the follies, the cruelty of Prevent – Robin Richardson reports
- Islamophobia 2017: Challenges for us all
- The Casey Report
- Inter-Ethnic Friendships
- Introducing the EAL Journal – Rob Sharples writes
- After the vote for Brexit
- Teaching about Partition
- Newly Arrived Refugees to the UK – The Guardian
- Rosemary Bechler, oD Editor, introduces openDemocracy
- School funding available for global learning