This Is Not A Joke : Embedded When a student starts down the path towards racist extremism, there's no set plan for how a school should respond. But teachers and fellow students are often the first to spot the warning signs. So what can they do?
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This Is Not A Joke

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This Is Not A Joke

This Is Not A Joke

This Is Not A Joke

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When a student starts down the path towards racist extremism, there's no set plan for how a school should respond. But teachers and fellow students are often the first to spot the warning signs. So what can they do?