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Webinar: Addressing the attainment gap for black and minority ethnic students – Tuesday 12th March at 2pm

There is a significant, persistent, and unfair attainment gap of approximately 15% between students from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) groups who achieve a first or upper second class degree and white students.

 

This webinar will discuss research-informed approaches to support BAME students, within and outside the classroom, to achieve their full potential and begin to close this gap.

 

On Tuesday 12th March the Teaching Excellence Alliance hosted a webinar, presented by Dr Louise Bunce, CPsychol, AFBPS, FHEA Senior Lecturer, and Teaching Excellence Fellow at Oxford Brookes University, in which she led a discussion on the experience of BAME students in HE.

A recording of the webinar is available to TEA members – please go to the events [past events] page on the TEA Network, hosted by OneHE (http://eepurl.com/gfJAXP to register).