Prevention of social problems facing marginalized groups in Czech schools – a starting point to educational social work

M. Cichá, A. Preissová Krejčí
2016 Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention  
This study focused on educational social work practice consequences, specifically prevention of xenophobia and racism in Czech primary and secondary schools. The findings are from a research conducted among teachers and students of both primary and secondary schools in Zlín, Olomouc and Moravia-Silesia Regions from September 2014 to June 2015. The aim was to explore on the attitudes of teachers and young students to the ideas of multiculturalism. The presented results focus on the way
more » ... n the way multicultural education is conceived and understood. With regard to the current migration situation, the approach of both teachers and the young students to members of ethnic or religious minorities, from which Roma were the most often reflected by the two groups, seems of key importance as well.
doi:10.22359/cswhi_7_1_03 fatcat:dklb426clrhblaoppn3jxc5leq