Europe, as compared with the experiences of minority ethnic groups in Western Europe, this volume provides a contemporary assessment of ethnic relations across a selected range of European countries. Presenting comparative,
cross-national analyses of ethnic inequalities and policy interventions, Ethnicity and Education in England and Europe makes a significant contribution to debates in the fields of migration, ethnicity and education, and will be of interest to both scholars and policy makers concerned with questions of race and educational outcome.
About the Author
Ian Law is Director, CERS (Centre for Ethnicity and Racism Studies) at the University of Leeds, UK; Sarah Swann is Reader and Research Fellow in the Department of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Leeds, UK
Table of Contents
Contents: Glossary; Ethnic relations across Europe; Ethnic relations in the UK; Education and ethnicity in England (with Gary Fry); Gypsies and travellers, perceptions and experiences of secondary education; Young people's lives in Northcity: gangs, homes and racism; Young people, ethnicity and schooling in Northcity; Ethnicity and education in Europe: comparisons and case studies (with EDUMIGROM colleagues); References; Index.