Teaching diversity in primary schools has barely progressed in the last five years, figures show

Daily Mirror reports …

Diversity in primary and early years teaching has barely progressed in the last five years, new figures have revealed.

Just 11.4% of state-funded nursery and primary teachers identified as coming from Black and Minority Ethnic communities.

The figure is way below that for the national population, which is 14% – and has increased by just 1% in the last five years.

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