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The Guardian 22/06/2020

Article featuring comments from  comments from Ian Thompson ( Associate Professor of English Education) in relation to the findings of  the ‘School Exclusion Risks After COVID-19’ report published by the Excluded Lives project team.

Read in full here.

TES 22/06/2020

Article featuring comments from  comments from Harry Daniels (Professor of Education) alongside the findings of  the ‘School Exclusion Risks After COVID-19’ report published by the Excluded Lives project team.

Read in full here.

The Telegraph 22/06/2020

Article featuring the findings of  the ‘School Exclusion Risks After COVID-19’ report published by the Excluded Lives project team including comments from Harry Daniels (Professor of Education)

Read in full here.

The Times  13/06/2020

 

A letter headed up Jason Todd (Departmental Lecturer) and signed by over 50 signatories including the Booker prize winner and David Olosoga alongside support from key institutions like the Royal Historical society and Royal society of literature has been published in The Times. The letter calls for funding to support the setting up of a research centre to enable an evidence-informed approach to professional development in relation to developing effective teaching of British histories of migration and empire.

Read in full here.

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Listen here:

 

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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Find out more about this project here

LBC 15/06/2020

Steve Strand (Professor of Education), interviewed by Eddie Mair, reports socio-economic inequality rather than teacher racism is the strongest driver of the over-representation of some ethnic minority pupils with Special Educational Needs.

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