The EIS has a commitment to high standards of education rooted in equality and inclusivity.
Young people have the right to learn and teachers and lecturers have the right to work in an educational environment that is free from discrimination.
This briefing paper has two primary aims:
- To promote anti-racist education and support members in reinvigorating this.
- To inform members of examples of current anti-racist education practice in use across Scotland, drawn from consulting members, to enable the sharing of good practice.
You can download the briefing below.