What about the risk for black and Asian teachers?

Tes reports …

The first day of June is fast approaching and, as a black primary school teacher, I am concerned about what this wider opening of schools will mean for black and Asian educators, students and their families.

Coronavirus has shattered communities across the country and has impacted everyone across the UK.

However, we cannot ignore the frightening facts that it has hit black and Asian communities hardest.

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  1. I thought the main risk was to men. Perhaps it would be best just to leave all the work to non BAME women while the men rightly remain at home on full pay.

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