Benjamin Zephaniah calls for more diversity in GCSE texts

New research shows less than one percent of authors that feature in GCSE English Literature in England are from an ethnic minority background.

The publisher Penguin and race equality think tank the Runnymede Trust analysed data from GCSE exam boards relating to more than half a million students in England.

The BBC spoke to poet Benjamin Zephaniah about the research.


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