A recent report reveals politically charged curriculum from Kansas City's partially accredited school district.
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According to course descriptions, the Black Heritage course will aim to develop an understanding of the Black experience and its influence on Kansas City, the country and world. The Latinx course will aim to focus on the history of Latinx people in the U.S., emphasizing how they have contributed and shaped experiences as well as cultural imagination among different Latinx communities.
KCPS said students will examine pre-Hispanic cultures, the colonial era, Latin American independence from Spain, the revolutions, 20th-century political parties, current economic inequality, ethnic and linguistic diversity within the Latinx course.
The only problem . . .
THE TERM LATINX HAS BEEN UNIVERSALLY REJECTED!!! AFTER YEARS OF TRYING BY ACTIVISTS & EDUCATORS, MOST LATINOS REPUDIATE THE PROGRESSIVE TAG!!!
Sadly, its likely this will be just another fallacy taught by the partially accredited school district that suffers from a dwindling student population and long-term institutional FAIL.
Reality . . . This is simply another reason for parents of every demographic to research home school, private school or any option to remove their youngsters from this ongoing disaster.
Researched evidence of Latinx unpopularity . . .
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