Danish school starts separating students by ethnicity: As migrant pupil numbers reach 80% teachers act to make sure ethnic Danes aren’t outnumbered in classes

A Danish school has come under fire for separating students into different classes by ethnicity in a bid to prevent ethnic Danes being outnumbered.

The Langkaer upper secondary school outside the city of Aarhus said its first-year students had been divided into seven different classes, out of which three classes had a 50 percent limit on the number of ethnic minority students.

The remaining four classes consisted only of students from an immigrant background.