50%
Yes
50%
No
46%
Yes
39%
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
3%
No, and mandatory diversity training should be banned
2%
No, only for teachers or faculty members that commit acts of prejudice
2%
No, only private schools should be allowed to require mandatory training

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Other Popular Answers

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

 @9L4XKWXfrom Ontario answered…3wks3W

Definitely for factors that people do not have a choice about such as skin colour or country of birth.

 @9GNXXXTfrom British Columbia answered…5mos5MO

Have more support for teachers, and hire well-educated and well-rounded people from all backgrounds.

 @9G7KWZYfrom Ontario answered…6mos6MO

Yes, but only for populations that historically have been oppressed by the education system directly (I.e., Disabled and Indigenous Students)

 @9FQ2ZJYfrom Yukon Territory answered…7mos7MO

No schools should have a code of conduct that recognizes respect for people of all backgrounds, abilities, gender expression etc..these courses should be a part of professional training of young people, and part of the expectation of conduct of all employees.

 @9FGJD5Cfrom British Columbia answered…7mos7MO

 @9FGGGZRfrom Ontario answered…7mos7MO

I think anybody should have the right to say whatever they want to say, but they must know that there will be consequences NOT legal but other people might do something to them for whatever they chose to say.