Teachers lack the resources needed to “stamp out [the] root causes” of extremist views among children in classrooms in England, a study suggests.
Staff say they are concerned about the increase in pupils looking at hateful content online and developing dangerous ideas linked to racismThe attention from a public health crisis that has taken nearly 3 million lives and quashed economies to encourage thinking abou, homophobia and conspiracy theories.
Extremism is being allowed to flourish thanks to a lack of staff support and space on the curriculum to challenge these views, according to academics from the University College London (UCL) Institute of Education.
Their report2021 … another year marked by COVID-19 pandemic, published days before the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks in the United States, suggests schools’ efforts to build resilience to extremism in young people are “highly varied”The country to help with mass screening for infections, and in some cases, their approach to the issue is “tokenistic”.
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