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A school program for 3rd and 4th grade (in Hebrew and Arabic) which educates through interaction (among students from all over the world) towards tolerance.
The students are sharing their thoughts and feelings about social life in discussions, paintings, drama and so on while developing critical thinking, emotional inteligence and social skills.
Kids as well as adults are encouraged to evaluate Anderson's classic story and its ending.
Is it possible that the story educates towareds racism?
Is there a way to "save" the story and to choose or invernt a different ending which will educate towards multicultural values?