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  • “Diversity and inclusion cannot simply be left to politicians and protestors: as leaders, each of us has the power to do things differently. From such privileged positions, each of us must have the courage to rewire meritocracy so that we genuinely reward talent. Doing so won’t just serve what is right; it will also build what is profitable.”
    Anita Kirpal
    Global Future Partners and FTSE 100 Business Coach

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posted on 10th March 2021

“Silenced Voices” reveals how thousands of BAME students are at risk of being denied GCSEs and A-Levels in community languages this year.
Last summer A-Levels in all community languages including Bengali, Polish, Arabic and Chinese plummeted 41% and GCSEs by 28% because the government failed to put in place measures to accredit them during lockdown.
This report argues that this failure is symptomatic of a wider British bias against community languages.
Alongside powerful testimonies from teachers and students, it lays out a road map for change that will better serve social justice and the British economy.

 

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