Education Partner Michael Brotherton has been quoted in a Guardian article examining whether schools are being prevented from discussing racism.
The article follows comment from equalities minister Kemi Badenoch on whether white privilege should be taught in schools.
Michael Brotherton told The Guardian: “Legally, context is everything and delivery is everything.
“You could have two lessons on white privilege, and one could be balanced and thought-provoking, and the other could be a monologue.
“Written evidence is always the best evidence.
“But the lesson plan would only get you so far, because obviously you could have said anything.
“There is a risk teachers might run scared.”
The Guardian article can be read here.