The Aims of the school were probably written for an application of charity status or to get grants or something.
I am sure the aims of the school are good. Even if they have been coerced by the grants standards enforced. Money influences everything, often not for the better.
I am not some intolerant jerk. I am just against telling kids what
to think. Teach them facts
and let them figure out on their own how
to think about it. Of course those facts would include that the world is a better place if everyone shows tolerance and acceptance of others so everyone can get along -but don’t coerce it.
While at the same time there are very good examples across societies that have struggled greatly under all this engineered “rich diversity”. So it is not settled science by any means. Maybe those taught facts
should include this information? But I am doubting the grant underwriters would approve of kids being taught such facts
You make a good point about willful indoctrination, Seanus. But there is great difference between willful and unwitting. The latter seems almost criminal to me. It’s just not right, even if the intent is good.