NEW: Balancing the Books – Gender Bias in the KS3 English Curriculum

Read our research report exploring the gender bias in the KS3 English curriculum. Women’s voices are severely underrepresented in students learning, with 82% of novels taught featuring a male protagonist and 99% of plays are authored by men.

We are a grassroots organisation made up of individuals from up and down the UK, and as far afield as New Zealand, united by a shared vision of ending sexism in UK schools.

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There are lots of ways you can get involved and help our work to end sexism in schools – become a member of one of our subject subgroups, help our comms team shout about what we’re doing, campaign locally or volunteer with our research projects.

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Whether you just have a quick half an hour to help out our research team or you want to get stuck in and help with planning and delivering our long term campaign strategies, we’d love you to join us.

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Where is HERstory?

Where is HERstory?

Well folks, we’ve been busy bees here on the End Sexism In Schools team, drawing together all the findings from our crowdresearch into a comprehensive report, which we very much hope will demonstrate the extent…

“The content of a book holds the power of education and it is with this power that we can shape our future and change lives.”

Malala Yousafzai

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