Former secondary school Head Tim Clark argues that discipline is a necessary part of school life, and essential for allowing all pupils to participate fully.
VIDEO: DDU members discuss the CRED report with some of the report’s commissioners.
BLMs ideological take-over of Brighton and Hove City Council is a disaster for democratic accountability and a recipe for division in its schools.
Are you a parent worried about your child being told that they are either privileged or oppressed because of their skin colour? We’ve written a guide on how their school may be breaching legal obligations, and how to raise this tricky subject. Read more
Read DDU’s response to the recommendations on education in the CRED Report.
The CRED Report does not deny that racism exists, but it does maintain that not all disparities are incontrovertible proof of racism. Like any report, it has limitations and will not please everyone, but DDU welcomes it as a robust attempt to bring some objectivity into what has become an increasingly fraught and subjective discussion […]
Agnes Poirier at Unherd considers how religious separatism and an unwillingness to address questions of nation and commonality in France is making the life of teachers increasingly difficult. Thankfully not all pay the ultimate price for free speech as Samuel Paty did, and there are still brave individuals who won’t self-censor: When she speaks, Fatiha […]
Unless we adopt ‘a more humanistic approach, grounded in respect for the common qualities that bind us all’, argues Rav Arora, ‘we will continue to be stratified along racial lines’: One of the worst things you can tell young people of color is that they are fundamentally different from their white counterparts and they are […]
In November 2020, UUK issued a set of radical recommendations in its report “Tackling Racial Harassment in Higher Education”, in response to alleged endemic racism in British universities. Don’t Divide Us supporters in academia respond. Read more
As a group of DDU supporters who work in academia, we feel compelled to draw attention to the potential problems of the Universities UK report. We contacted Universities UK (UUK) with a request for information about their methodology, including sample surveys used, in order to get a fuller picture. These were not made available. In […]