Eyes on the extreme

5th February 2010 at 00:00

Teachers and students in a London borough will be taught how to spot signs of extremist attitudes in schools. Under a new initiative introduced by Waltham Forest Council, pupils will be trained how to confront radical views among their classmates. The new curriculum, called "Learning Together To Be Safe", will include lessons on the IRA, homophobia, race issues, animal rights activists and the BNP, as well as extreme Islamic groups.

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