Muslim parents shield children from abuse by home-schooling

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The policing of ethnic minority students in British schools is increasingly on the national radar. The horrific treatment of Child Q and the recent People’s Review of Prevent has some of the public, if not yet those in power, recognising that schools are only places of learning for some. For others, they are sites of state-enacted, and often violent, racism. Since the government’s introduction of the Prevent counter-extremism programme, the routine surveillance of Muslim students has been entrenched in law. Vocalising support for Palestine, starting to wear the hijab or even becoming withdrawn…

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