Educators’ Voices

Alex Dackevych, ‘School return: ‘It’s going to get me back on track’’, BBC News, 3 September 2020

Anon, ‘Should I return to work at school?’, New Statesman, 17 May 2020

Anthony Reuben, ‘Back to school: Four virus claims that parents should ignore’, BBC News, 3 September 2020

Asha Patel, ‘Confirmed coronavirus case shuts Leicester school teaching children of keyworkers temporarily’, Leicestershire Live, 22 May 2020

BameEd, ‘Schools and COVID-19: guidance for Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) staff and their employers in school settings’, BameEd, 24 May 2020

Catherine Lough, ‘Relax GCSE grade boundaries this year, says teachers’, Tes, 10 June 2020

Dave Thomas and Marcia Wilson, ‘From inertia to contagion towards immunity: keeping ‘race’ on the UK university agenda post-COVID-19’, Advance HE, 15 May 2020

David Batty, ‘Plans to reopen English schools ‘fails to address risk to BAME staff’’, The Guardian, 26 May 2020

Jane Haynes, ‘Black and Asian people in Birmingham “too scared to go back to work and school”’, Birmingham Mail, 22 May 2020

John Dickens, ‘DfE chief scientific adviser admits he hasn’t assessed school reopening guidance’, Schools Week, 13 May 2020

Kirsten Oshterr, ‘Humanities as Essential Services’, Inside Higher Ed, 21 May 2020

National Education Union (NEU), ‘Coronavirus crisis what you need to know: Racial Disparities and Covid-19’, NEU, 7 May 2020

Sophie Inge, ‘Black academics call for changes to UKRI funding processes’, Research Professional News, 17 August 2020

Steven Fielding, ‘UK universities’ promise of face-to-face teaching is risking academics’ health’, The Guardian, 22 August 2020

Winston Morgan, ‘BAME academics are already under-represented. The response to Covid-19 could reduce our numbers further’, Wonkhe, 6 May 2020