44%
Yes
56%
No
41%
Yes
25%
No
3%
Yes, and all schools should require mandatory diversity training
26%
No, only for students that commit acts of discrimination
0%
Yes, and immediately expel any students that commit acts of discrimination
3%
No, diversity training should be encouraged but not required
2%
No, and mandatory diversity training should be banned
0%
No, only private schools should be allowed to require mandatory training

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Other Popular Answers

Unique answers from UK users whose views extended beyond the provided choices.

 @9LNFN6Canswered…3 days3D

No, children should be taught history and the facts that lead to discrimination not talking about the difference

 @9LLTW74answered…5 days5D

This and so many other things should be the parents' duty, we need to educate people on how to be better parents.

 @9LLQMDHanswered…5 days5D

I feel like schools should create an environment in which people from diverse communities should be treated fairly and teachers should have to teach tolerance for people from different backgrounds I also think the lack of classes on critical think and stats in relation to political issues creates an environment where ignorant positions can't be challenged

 @9HKYK28answered…4mos4MO

As long as diversity includes disability. Too often it does not, and the resulting training creates more problems than it solves.

 @9H47YKGanswered…5mos5MO

No, but promote the idea of students sharing their culture amongst peers and having cultural celebration days rather than make it enforced that it’s a “training”.

 @9GH9YLFfrom Pennsylvania answered…6mos6MO

Yes, but people from those groups should be speaking about how to interact with them. Having an abled person discuss how to interact with a disabled person is not helpful. They almost always get it wrong. Same for a straight person discussing how to speak to queer people, or someone from the country discussing how to speak to an immigrant.