Table of contents for Race and ethnicity in education / by Ranjit Arora.

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 Chapter One Quality and Equality in Education 
1.1 Introduction 
1.2 Research into Teacher Education and Multicultural Education
1.3 Key Questions 
1.4 Equality of Opportunity in Education
1.5 Can There be Quality in Education Without Equality Education 
1.6 Role of teacher Education
1.7 Summary
 Chapter Two Literature Review - Race and Education 
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Educational Responses to Assimilation and Integration
2.3 Educational Responses to Cultural Pluralism and Equal Opportunities 
2.4 Rise and demise of Anti-Racist Education
2.5 The Educational Reform Act 
2.6 Equality Assurance 
2.7 Race Equality in the New Millennium
2.8 Comments and Summary
Chapter Three Literature Review-Teacher Training Provision
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Summary of Provision in the 1980s
3.3 Comments on the 1980s
3.4 The Reform of Teacher Education
3.5 The New Labour Policies
3.6 The new Right and Teacher Education
3.7 School Based teacher education
3.8 Comments and Summary
 Chapter Four Minority Ethnic Participation In Teaching
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Background and Overview of Literature
4.3 Incidence of Under-Representation
4.4 Causes of Under-Representation 
4.5 Experiences of Minority Ethnic Teachers and Students
4.6 Possible Ways of Improving Recruitment and Retention
4.7 Summary
Chapter Five Initial Teacher Training Partnership
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Non-Standard Routes to QTS
5.3 Partnership with Schools Or Schools Based Training
5.4 Courses for Teachers From Minority Ethnic Groups
5.5 Evidence from Case Studies
5.6 To Practise the Theory or to Theorise the Practice
Chapter Six Equality Assurance: Framework For Permeation
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Equality Assurance and Anti-Racism
6.3 Framework for Permeation 
6.4 Key Features of Permeation
6.5 Agenda For Action
Chapter Seven Positively Diverse: An Agenda For Action
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Key Issues and Implications for Policy and Practice
7.3 Key Agents and Context for Change
7.4 What Can Teachers Do?
7.5 Final Comments
Bibliography and References
Section A: Books, chapters in books, articles in journals and periodicals, 
 research reports, conference reports and working papers
Section B Government Publications and semi-official Reports
Section C Extracts from newspapers, speeches and correspondence

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Discrimination in education -- Great Britain.
Educational equalization -- Great Britain.
Minority teachers -- Training of -- Great Britain.