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Ethnic Diversity In Schools

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The effect of ethnic diversity in schools is revealed in the constant demands of the pupils who try to categorise their teachers and want to know about their religion, their origins and their opinions about specific current events. The ethnic diversity of the school and the fact that it is to a great extent combined with the social and economic difficulties of the populations of immigrant origin sometimes provide a reply here, obviously one which is not particularly republican. At the crossroads of cultural assertions and social relations, of ethnicity and money, fashion, and therefore appearance or 'look' tend to reveal tensions and jealousies which are not necessarily in themselves anti-Semitic but which are not always very far from it. Insults and attacks can find a niche for themselves there.

Keywords: anti-Semitic; cultural assertions; ethnic diversity; immigrant; schools



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