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Londres s'interroge sur la manière de combattre l'homophobie dans les écoles.

par John le Mer 9 Juil 2014 - 14:33
The poll, conducted by YouGov on behalf of Stonewall, found that just 8 percent of primary teachers and 17 percent of secondary school teachers had received training on the measure.

In addition, 29 percent of secondary teachers and 37 percent of primary teachers said they were unsure if they were allowed to teach about LGBT issues.

Anna Williams, deputy head of Hackney New School, told Radio 4: “Homophobic bullying isn’t something that’s part of most schools’ programmes, and it’s certainly not something that’s part of teacher training programmes.

“Schools that deal with this successfully make sure that as part of their induction programmes for staff, this is one of the things that’s dealt with as a priority.

“It’s really about creating that culture in a school that shows this is unacceptable. You need to make sure every instance of homophobic language is challenged, [and] nipped in the bud early on.

“If you’re homophobicly bullied, it’s going to have an impact on your self-esteem and your education.

“We need teacher training providers to really step up, and make it part of their programme. There’s nothing about homophobic language.”

http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2014/07/04/uk-only-one-in-eight-teachers-trained-to-deal-with-homophobic-bullying/

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