Black parents say a war is being waged against their children

26th September 2003 at 01:00
* Black parents say a war is being waged against their children and fear their spirits will be broken at school, says another Sunderland study. They particularly feared for boys, highlighting stereotyping and low expectations.

"School, family and community relationships, with reference to families of Bangladeshi origin in the north-east of England" "There's a war against our children: black parents' views on their children's education," by Gill Crozier et al, Sunderland university. Email: gill.crozier@sunderland.ac.uk

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