Later: Education. Are the minority groups still a minority?
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Black and Asian students in the UK are more likely to progress their studies into higher education than their white peers.
“Given the meritocracy and also the accessibility of the University, I am not surprised,” said Kevin Regan. He is Head of Sixth Form at Saint John Bosco College and his teaching experience has been with multi-ethnic students.
May this growing variety change the way of teaching in the future?
Will it have consequences for the job market?
With Cristiana Ferrauti, we are going to explore what may be the possible reasons and potential consequences of more multi-ethnic classes.
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