critical race theory
Gov. Ron DeSantis is already waging an all out culture war on education, and Trump wants in.
Ben Crump is giving notice after the state blocked the course saying it was in conflict with its Critical Race Theory rules.
The teacher chose to resign, but the Governor’s top education official wants to stop her from teaching in the state at all.
The Oklahoma teacher covered the books in her classroom but gave students a QR code for the Brooklyn Public Library’s “Books Unbanned” site.
The bulletin board, featuring Martin Luther King Jr. and Colin Powell, was allegedly deemed "not age-appropriate" for students.
“We need to talk about race...We have to have a practice of having these courageous conversations. And I can’t be the educator that I need to be for these kids under this [law].”
Lakota School Board member Darbi Boddy posted a link to a porn site, in the middle of accusing the school of promoting pornographic material.
Judge Jackson let out an audible sigh before responding.
“I can only wonder: What’s your hidden agenda?” Tennesse Sen. Marsha Blackburn asked Jackson, who was bound by the process to not answer.
Trump told rally attendees that conservatives must “lay down their very lives to defend their country”—from critical race theory.
The recent wave of bomb threats are a stark reminder that race will be a major factor in how the world sees the student—regardless of where they are.