Call for greater ethnic diversity

11th March 2005 at 00:00
A more diverse teacher workforce is needed to raise the achievement of black and ethnic minority children, according to Sashi Sivaloganathan, vice-chairman of England's General Teaching Council. She said: "Schools must reflect the diversity of their local populations, and children need to see these teachers as positive role models and an inspiration."

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