65%
Yes
35%
No
61%
Yes
27%
No
3%
Yes, and all schools should require mandatory diversity training
4%
No, diversity training should be encouraged but not required
1%
Yes, and immediately terminate any staff members that commit acts of discrimination
2%
No, only for teachers or faculty members that commit acts of prejudice
1%
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.

 @9N7DJSFanswered…3wks3W

No, because opinions about diversity change. Moreover some people are more clever at pretending to be tolerant than others.

 @9N38DG5answered…3wks3W

Do not make the training mandatory however still fire members of staff or facility who commit acts of prejudice.

 @9N2WZJ4answered…3wks3W

Yes, all staff should understand the diversity of the school and safeguard all staff and pupils, however no preferential treatment should be given based on diversity

 @9MW34TJanswered…3wks3W

Yes but only if it adresses all types of discrimination, ie race, gender and disability, not just focusing on one

 @9MTDX7Xanswered…3wks3W

Diversity is more than gender and orientation. This is nonsense if the responses are angled to that issue only. Diversity must be taught to enable teachers and faculty to be more aware of many diverse issues and appropriate responses.

 @9MSDRCLanswered…3wks3W

Yes, on the basis that the training is written following proper research and not just a corporate-style slideshow, and that schools also receive appropriate funding alongside such schemes