German schoolchildren will cook and clean for “refugees” as part of work experience
Schoolchildren from an undisclosed school in the city of Lübeck, Schleswig-Holstein, will spend a week doing housework for so-called “refugees”.
The idea was sold to parents at a parents’ meeting as a “practical internship“, but has sparked outrage online.
A letter to the parents said their children will be going to “refugee” accommodations and will be making beds, sorting clothes, and “help in the kitchen” among other things.
A letter written by the Schleswig-Holstein Ministry of Education and Vocational Training, says “pupils will spend a day in a transit accommodation and help for example, fix up as beds as well as help in the collection of donations.“
This is part of the School’s “week of projects to help refugees.”
According to the letter there was “no contradiction” from parents or students, and it claims that donations were collected from them.
“Early on, our children should learn how they have to serve refugees???” said one commenter “Working for refugees is not a lesson.”
Another outraged commenter said that his son
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