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    rolleyes Racism is still an issue in England's schools

    Belfast Telegraph - ‎11 hours ago‎
    Racism is still an issue in England's schools, with pupils and teachers showing racist behaviour, research suggests. More than four-fifths (83%) of teachers questioned said they had witnessed racist attitudes or behaviour amongst their students. ...

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    They didn't stray into the more heavily diverse areas of England then.

    More than four-fifths (83%) of teachers questioned said they had witnessed racist attitudes or behaviour amongst their students.
    This included name calling, comments, jokes and stereotyping of different races.
    You have to wonder what they consider "racist".

    Anyway, good news all round if it comes straight from Middle England. Just shows this paradise we're being dragged towards is being resisted by the very nature they proclaim doesn't exist (social constructs *snigger*).

    EDIT:
    Almost 2,000 children are reported for 'hate crimes' ...(In Scotland)

    The vast majority were for racism and 1,150 involved children at primary school. Out of the 539 incidents logged in Glasgow, almost two-thirds were in primaries while nine involved toddlers at nursery.
    How does it go again? 'Big Brother was a work of fiction, not a manual'.
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