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Teachers reject Prevent anti-terrorism strategy - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

29.3.16

Teachers reject Prevent anti-terrorism strategy - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk: The duty has been largely considered a failure by teaching leaders partly due to the fact that around 90% of referrals end in no action being taken, with a catalogue of high-profile examples.

NUT executive member Alex Kenny, speaking at the union's annual conference in Brighton, said: "We want to keep children safe from those organisations who promote hatred and violence. But there are limits to what we can do, and Prevent is making that harder.


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