Following last month’s shooting of police accountant Curtis Cheng by a radicalised 15-year-old high school student, the New South Wales Government has fast-tracked a huge suite of measures it claims will combat potential extremism in the classroom.
@Cramdaline @abcnews This story is the greatest load of crap I’ve ever heard of $47 million wasted. https://t.co/pDYpp0Sn8c Obey our Laws.
— ILoveAus2 (@ILoveAus2) November 2, 2015
Teachers & counsellors are not police. Not qualified to identify who may or may not be ‘radicalised’ #auspol https://t.co/0PAgr7OSfn
— @LMoinsey (@LMoinsey) November 2, 2015
This is fine if it doesn’t come with marginalisation & is coupled with spending on harmony & multicultural education https://t.co/fGeS1lexUe
— R Peanut (@RegisteredPNut) November 2, 2015
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