I'll have to go anon here. Sorry.
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No. Because that won't solve anything. The idea set called Islam is codified. Getting rid of islamic schools won't ban that idea set. As long as the books exists (quran and sunnah) and its followers exists, banning schools won't do anything in ridding the practice of those ideas.
The real problem is that people are of the belief that Islam and its prophet are above criticism. Because islam itself forbids anyone from criticizing its teachings or its prophet without earthly punishment.
Orthodox muslims impune this belief on non-muslims who somehow become influenced into believing it too. So the result is more people start believing if you criticize islam or bad behavior of muslims you're somehow a racist who must face some earthly punishment (verbal assault, physical assault, jail, death threats, etc.). That doesn't happen with other religions.
The effect of this is that when crap involving muslims happen or they do something questionable, no one does anything because they all convinced themselves that islam and muslims are above any criticism. Nothing gets solved. The problem just gets worse.
So, if anything, what would really solve it is the Kuffar better regulating islamic supremacist behavior from the bottom up.1