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Here too the initial refusal begins to open towards something else, towards an educational activity that not only resists but breaks with the logic of capital. Maybe we should take a lesson from the story of Puebla.
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Inevitably, this type of thinking detracts from the real issues of structural and chronic discrimination within the “Institution”, taking the “Institution” (in this case, education) off the hook! In addition to these “hidden” dangers of institutionalised BAME achievement-raising, Maylor (2009) gives a good account of research that shows how gender and ethnicity matching seems not to actually provide the returns on BAME academic achievement initiatives like REACH would have hoped for. Abbott’s (2013b, p.