Coalition for Racial Equality & Rights

Racist Incident Reporting in Scotland’s Schools

Ideally, racist incident recording in schools should provide a barometer to gauge the extent to which racism manifests itself within school premises. But is it working in Scotland’s schools?

This new research report from the Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights examines statistics and policies from Scotland’s Local Authorities to explore how the system operates and whether it meets its potential as a tool to combat racism in schools.

Download the report below:

cover image Racist Incident Reporting in Scotland's Schools

 

 

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