More taboos in schools in large cities
In one in seven primary schools (14 per cent) in the four major cities, certain topics no longer with the children are discussed as a result of failed integration.
Nationwide is that in one in twenty schools (5 percent), according to research from DUO Educational research.
Topics covered in this connection by school leaders and teachers are called sexual education or homosexuality. Also about matters relating to religion or belief and in particular about islamization, or can not be spoken. On attacks, terrorism, slavery, peace is also a taboo.
In secondary education the percentages in, respectively, 13 in the large cities, and 11 percent nationwide. The topics to be avoided are the same as in primary schools, but also about the political situation in countries like Turkey and Russia can not be spoken.
For the research were in total 2.203 people questioned: 590 teachers and 628 school leaders from the primary school, and 738 teachers and 247 school leaders from secondary education.