When asked in class
"Is violence an effective way of achieving changes in society?"
one of our children in the past replied yes.
Subsequently, they were held back and questioned under the initial stage of the schools PREVENT policy.
For a question that was expecting a response to what should have been asked "Do you think violence should be used as a way of achieving changes in society?"
How many autistic people get caught out by badly phrased and framed questions?
Oh, and let us be clear.
Autistic people are capable of a full range of actions, from benevolence to terrorism.
But, we *suspect* an unsubtle characterisation, in the way being coloured, Muslim, or a migrant, may well be deployed by some populist politicians.
@CreatureOfTheHill are school children asked political questions, the answers of which lead to disciplinary actions?
It's not that clear in the article..
Comments about PREVENT are those from experience, as outlined, both as a staff member and a parent.
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