Schools face inquiry into racism and BNP's role

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The Government is launching an investigation into racism in education, Schools Secretary Ed Balls has announced.
He told the Labour Party conference he wanted to make sure there were powers to tackle racism and BNP activity in schools. There was "no place in a civilised society" for any form of bullying in schools, the Normanton MP told delegates.

He said: "Teachers play a hugely important role of leadership and trust in our communities for our children.

"And that is why, it is really important to me that, I am working closely with our teachers to say there is no place in a civilised society for bullying of any kind, whether that is on the ground of race, or disability, or sexual orientation.

"And it is also true that there is no place in our schools for racism either. That is why I have asked the former chief inspector of schools Maurice Smith to look at the evidence, to make recommendations.

"I want us to know that we have all the powers we need to stamp out racism and BNP activity in all of our schools." continues here

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