Palestinian flags in BC classrooms 'force kids to learn politics,' says mother - BC

A Jewish mother in Vancouver says she was told she was bullied 'many times' by teachers Palestine Classroom banners and signs.

Merav Nider told Global News she filed a complaint after her son's seventh-grade teacher hung a Palestinian flag in the classroom.

The flag was taken down but was later replaced with a flag that showed the outline of the State of Israel in red, green and black.

Nied said the painting was widely seen as a call for the destruction of Israel.

After speaking with the principal, she said that flag was also removed.

“When we force kids to participate in politics, they’re not old enough to understand it or make an informed choice about where they fall on the political spectrum,” Need said.

“Therefore, it is best for schools to provide a safe learning environment for children where all children are welcome.”

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When asked about this on Tuesday, Education Minister Rachna Singh said they encourage parents and guardians to speak out on such incidents.

“I would really encourage parents who are in a similar situation to speak to their child's class teacher and principal, but we at the Department of Education take these matters very seriously,” she said.

The Vancouver School District did not comment for this story but told Global News that when issues arise, the district addresses them immediately and engages school officials and staff in dialogue.

এছাড়াও পড়ুন  ফ্রোলির দেরিতে করা গোলটি আয়ারল্যান্ডকে দক্ষিণ আফ্রিকায় অত্যাশ্চর্য জয় নিশ্চিত করতে সাহায্য করে

Nider’s experience is the latest in a string of similar incidents reported by Jewish parents across B.C.

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An 11-year-old student in Victoria is facing a similar situation, Global News reported Monday evening.

The district confirmed it investigated the case and took a number of actions.

The Jewish Federation of Greater Vancouver is now calling on the provincial government to review such situations in British Columbia schools.

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