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Tuesday, 4 April 2017

UK teachers, share your experiences of racism in the classroom

UK teachers, share your experiences of racism in the classroom
- Charities and experts have warned that hate crimes like this are becoming more frequent. Josie Naughton, co-founder of Help Refugees, said the assault demonstrated “the level of fear and prejudice which is taking hold of parts of British society”.
Incidents of racism have also been reported in schools. After the Brexit vote, an Asian pupil at Upton Junior School in Broadstairs, Kent, was told to go home by fellow pupils. In Wales SecEd, a website for secondary teachers, reported a dramatic increase in racist incidents since the referendum result, with racist language being used by children as young as eight.