Private schools in Milan tasked with teaching basic skills to illegals have been accused of teaching far-left extremist ideologies to the migrants as well.
There are 27 institutions in Milan that offer to teach the Italian language to foreign students, a majority of which are illegal migrants. The network of schools, known as “Schools without permit”, purports to be politically neutral, yet they have been accused of promoting far-left ideologies.
While the migrants are taught basic language skills, grammar, and reading and writing in Italian, they are also allegedly taught about anti-fascism and principles of resistance. They are also said to be encouraged to read far-left comics and take part in far-left demonstrations, Il Giornale reports.
“The Schools Without Permit Network does not