Sweden Government Report Blows Lid on Violent ‘Diverse’ School Where Kids Beat Teachers, Riot

Oliver Lane, Breitbart, January 21, 2016

A Swedish school described as being ‘good’ ten years ago is now in “chaos” and prone to rioting as order among the ‘diverse’ student body has broken down.

The condition of the Sjumilaskolan school in Gothenburg, Sweden, has been revealed in a shocking government report based on visits conducted at the end of last year by the school inspectorate.

While the Swedish main-stream media has stuck to reporting the one million kronor penalty the local authority faces if they don’t turn the school around, and the seriously low academic achievement of the institution, examination of the report itself reveals a school beset by extreme violence.

Citing the testimony of teachers, the report says staff are concerned the student body are on the verge of rioting, and are frequently violent towards staff. It remarks: “Some teachers avoid going among the students out of fear, because they do not have the physical ability. The teachers say they have security at the school to deal with situations instead.

“Some teachers tell us they have been both in verbal and physical conflict with students, and teachers fear the students will kill each other. Teachers describe a general concern about the school, and believe there is a high risk of rioting. The senses of teachers have been so dulled that should they see a brawl now they would hardly notice, whereas a few years ago they would have reacted. Their tolerance [towards violence] is very high”.

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The report speaks of the school’s diversity, reports Fria Tider, Sweden’s ‘Free Times’, which quotes the report: “the school is strongly influenced by the cultural diversity that exists in the locality. There are 60 different native [cultures]”.

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