CRT

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    Standing tall — at 3:45 pm on a Friday afternoon

    Any good communications person will tell you if you want to bury a story, dump it on the news media late Friday afternoon. That’s exactly what Gov. Roy Cooper did late last Friday afternoon when he vetoed HB 324. The bill was the Republican response to the use…
    Bob Luebke, September 13, 2021
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    As school year begins, pushback grows against Critical Race Theory

    Opposition to classroom indoctrination is mounting. In North Carolina and across the nation, concerned parents and citizens are demanding accountability for the content and values being taught to their children in K-12 public schools. Chief concerns center around ideas about Neo-Marxism, wokeism, and the culmination of those ideas in the…
    Leah Byers, August 25, 2021
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    Biden administration priorities: Promote critical race theory in social studies education

    The Department of Education recently proposed priorities for American history and civics instruction that are inspired by critical race theory (CRT). President of the National Association of Scholars Peter Wood and Project Director of Civics Alliance David Randall submitted a joint public comment opposing this rule.  Here is the…
    Terry Stoops, April 29, 2021