I acknowledge the systematic inequalities and barriers to participation in education from primary schooling to Higher Education, recognising the significance of class, race and gender. I therefore teach in attempts to challenge these systems of education. I also value the lived experiences and expertise of all students.
The process of empowerment cannot be simplistically defined in accordance with our own particular class interests. We must learn to lift as we climb -- Angela Davis.
BSc (Hons) Social Sciences - South Bank University, London
EdD (Educational Disadvantage & SEN) - University of Birmingham
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
BA (Hons) Criminology - University of Northampton
K. Graham (2014). Does school prepare men for prison?. City. 18(6), pp.824-836.
K. Andrews (2016). Blackness in Britain. In: Blackness in Britain. Routledge,