A refugee family is outraged at a high school for making Year 12 students write essays and make videos on Muslim 'exclusion'.
Leumeah High School in Sydney's south-west is asking Society and Culture students to deliver a five-minute oral presentation on the 'social exclusion faced by people of Muslim faith in Australia'.
The Year 12 Higher School Certificate students are also required to explain 'the barriers' Muslims face in 'accessing socially-valued resources' in a YouTube video.
Yuhan Houth, who was born in a Thai refugee camp after his parents escaped Pol Pot's murderous regime in Cambodia, said he regretted recommending that school for his younger brother, who turns 16 this year.
The 32-year-old welder said the assessment task was based on a leading question rather than an analysis of facts.