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The complete run of Race Equality Teaching (RET), the only practitioners' journal devoted to race equality in education, is available free below. The journal began in 1982 as Multicultural Teaching (MCT) and the name changed in 2002 when it became available to subscribers online. MCT and RET recorded the story of education and race in Britain over four decades, reflecting on national and global events, and developments in educational and social policy and in classroom practice in culturally and linguistically diverse Britain.

Topics covered included the Swann Report, the Education Reform Act, the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry, the Race Relations Amendment Act, counter-terrorism, the Equality Act, and the policies of the coalition government from 2010 onwards. The major theme was resisting prejudice and discrimination, be it colour racism, Islamophobia, antisemitism, or anti-Traveller hostility. It noted – and characterized – the interlocking roles of top-down policy and grassroots pioneering and the links to issues of class, disability, gender, religion and sexuality. Although primarily about Britain, the journal was read, consulted, and drew contributions from across the world. The final edition (volume 34, number 3, June 2018) is a souvenir compilation of reflections, quotations and extracts from articles through the years.

Publisher: UCL IOE Press

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Volume 30, Number 2, Spring, 2012

Editorial Introduction

Open Access Woefully inadequate or potentially powerful? – the due-regard approach to equality
pp. 1-3(3)
Authors: Richardson, Robin; Bolloten, Bill

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News and Comment

Open Access News and Comment
pp. 4-5(2)
Author: Garside, Ros

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Projects and Programmes

Open Access Children's rights as routes to equality – the UNICEF award scheme
pp. 9-11(3)
Authors: Hinton, Kate; Noble, Beverley

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Open Access Educating out prejudice – focusing on homophobia and transphobia
pp. 15-18(4)
Authors: Fenwick, Tony; Sanders, Sue

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Key Concepts

Open Access Disability equality – definitions and meanings
pp. 22-26(5)
Author: Rieser, Richard

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Specific Duties

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Training and Professional Development

Open Access A shifting agenda amid rapid change – work in progress
pp. 42-43(2)
Author: Longstreth, Judith

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Open Access Equality expertise – professional development and accreditation
pp. 44-46(3)
Authors: Hinton, Kate; Wilson, Ruth

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Revision and Reflection

Open Access Equality Act Special who wants to be a millionaire?
pp. 47-48(2)
Authors: Richardson, Robin; Bolloten, Bill

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Reports

Open Access Reports
pp. 49-52(4)

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