To be or not to be shows a teacher, Mrs Chedda, grappling with increasing levels of discrimination and racism towards her from students. Finding racist graffiti about her on a wall at the school is the last straw that provokes Mrs Chedda into action.
The purpose of To be or not to be is to promote discussion about the need to address complex and difficult issues such as racism among staff, students and communities of schools and colleges; ways of dealing with racism and other difficult issues in schools and colleges; ways of dealing with complaints about racism in schools and colleges; and reasons for perceived levels of difficulty in dealing with inappropriate behaviours among students compared to dealing with similar behaviours among staff.
From: Identity, culture and conflict, © NSW Department of Education and Communities, 2001.
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