To combat the spread of critical pedagogy requires exposure and pressure.
NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE T he media need a fact check. When asked about whether or not CRT was taught in schools, Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona said simply that “It’s not.” After Glenn Youngkin’s win, Joy Reid spent a segment asserting that critical race theory is not “actually taught” in any public school.
We’re both educators. These assertions are patently false.
In most cases of such assertions, we assume naïveté. In others, however, schools have outright lied to parents about the issue. Indianapolis Public Schools advised their principals to tell parents that CRT is not taught in their schools while offering professional development for their teachers …
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This crisis should prompt a rethinking of the needless inefficiencies we foist on ourselves.
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Failure to pass the spending bills is still very much an option.
State-funded fertility treatment had previously only been available to heterosexual women who had trouble conceiving children.
Republican Glenn Youngkin defeated Democrat Terry McAuliffe to become governor of Virginia, where the GOP hadn’t won a statewide election in a dozen years.
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The integrity of one of Britain’s greatest global legacies — its universities — is at stake here.