Can we ever have ‘equity and equality’ in secondary digital education?
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About the Author
I have been working in education for 16 years across a range of roles including pastoral and academic leadership. In my current role I lead the staff team of our school as we seek to provide the best possible quality of education for a diverse student community with significant levels of social disadvantage.