Schools crack down on Islamophobia after shootings
Schools around the country are cracking down on racism and Islamophobia in the wake of the mosque attacks in Christchurch. Teachers say they realise it's more important than ever to stop racism in its tracks, and fewer students are tolerating it from their peers. Phil Holstein is the principal of Burnside High School, which lost year 12 student Muhammad Haziq Mohd-Tarmizi in the attacks on March the 15th. He speaks to Susie Ferguson.