Schools ‘not buying right books’ for BAME pupils

Tes reports …

A fundraiser inspired by Black Lives Matter protests across the world aims to put diverse books into Britain’s primary schools.

The fund, which has raised over £6,000 since it was created on Wednesday, aims to help black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) students to feel represented by their school libraries.

Read more at: Schools ‘not buying right books’ for BAME pupils


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