For one day only, staff at a small village school in Kent swapped places with those at a big, inner-city primary
Dismissing the subject as elitist is wrongheaded – it's more relevant than ever, argues this expert in the field
All schools – regardless of sector – should ask if they are doing enough to get pupils into Oxbridge, argues this head
Men in primary schools put up with unfair comments about their health, appearance and career progress, says this teacher
Little progress has been made a quarter of a century after the first big wave of anti-racism education, fears boss of regulatory body
A new report highlights the ‘stunning’ lack of awareness there is about the barriers BME teachers working in Scotland face
Taking children from ethnic minority communities into the countryside can give them the tools and confidence to flourish
In the name of a national poetry competition, one school receives a helping hand from an unlikely source…
Every state secondary in Scotland has been sent a graphic novel to help teach students about slavery in Britain
In this week's postbag of letters to the editor, Tes readers discuss 'racism', Ofsted and the results culture in schools
All members of Team UK at EuroSkills were white – we must find a diverse mix of competitors, writes Dr Neil Bentley
History teaching should reflect the UK’s diversity, argue the founders of an inclusive First World War project
…and not just those say they are doing so, while avoiding uncomfortable truths, says Natasha Devon
An AQA-approved sociology textbook was criticised for saying Caribbean fathers and husbands were "largely absent"
New research shows that more men take degree apprenticeships and fewer learners from a BAME background
MPs also warned that teachers 'with bad attitudes' encourage home education among pupils from Traveller communities
Head of maths who said 'every sane human is anti-semitic' in a Facebook post is struck off from the profession
The attainment gap between schools in London and the rest of England can't be explained just by ethnic mix, says report
The number of college leaders from a BAME background falls way short of the make-up of the general population
Pioneering researcher tells World Down Syndrome Congress that all children benefit from fully inclusive education
Researchers call for more training to help teachers, amid reports of growing racism in schools against Eastern European pupils
Move designed to tackle anti-Muslim prejudice and councils' 'inconsistent approaches'
Campaign is launched to encourage greater black, Asian and minority ethnic representation on boards of governors
Pairing up schools that are largely one faith will help to break down barriers in society, says report
Years of leadership have taught headteacher Bernard Trafford that the greater the diversity, the better a school will be
But despite historian’s endorsement, scepticism remains over LGBT inclusion
'Shock' at poor promotion prospects for Scotland's BME teachers
Cambridge set to lower entry requirement for students who have experienced significant 'educational disadvantage'
New foundation year scheme will target a more 'diverse' mix of students
Findings prompt call for educators to ‘stop sliding away’ from confronting racism
Racial diversity in schools can lead to positive changes in...