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A Ukrainian refugee stopped going to school in the United States due to bullying by his classmates

The behavior of students at one of the San Francisco schools shocked Ukrainian refugee Yana, who moved to the United States with her parents. According to The American Conservative, the teenager was bullied and abused by her classmates.

The Ukrainian says she knew little about public schools in the United States. Almost all of her performances were based on what she saw in TV shows and movies. However, the real situation in American schools shocked her. Students regularly interrupted lessons, jumped on their desks and swore at the teachers, while the teachers themselves pretended that nothing had happened. Subsequently, Yana herself was the victim of persecution. According to the teen’s mother, her daughter’s phone was stolen and after finding the thieves she was threatened.

“They started screaming, swearing and moving towards her. An educational work consultant came and intervened,” the woman said.

The day after the incident, the girl stopped going to school. She admits that she wants to return to her homeland so that she will not be subjected to further persecution. The management of the educational institution has promised to draw up an “action plan” to ensure its safety.

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