Right now we share highlights from a discussion over education that didn't offer much in the way of instruction.
Check this instructive passage . . .
"Question: Does your LEA’s board-approved curriculum include lessons about CRT?
"The only school to answer yes was Kansas City Public Schools, explaining their answer by saying:
“We offer an African Centered College prep magnet school that services both elementary and secondary students. The board also approved the 1619 Project service learning and community activism grant to be taught during summer school. The curriculum is fully aligned with the Missouri Learning Standards.”
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Lawmakers continue probe of critical race theory in Missouri schools despite results of district survey
Last month, members of the Missouri House and Senate heard testimony on why critical race theory (CRT) should be banned in the state, but on Monday, they heard why schools should teach it. Of the 554 districts in the state, only one said it teaches CRT.
Two employees of Missouri's largest school district are alleging that so-called "equity" trainings violated their constitutional rights by forcing them to endorse certain beliefs about race - adding to the already-mounting legal scrutiny of attempts to push critical race theory (CRT) and its associated ideas.
by: Associated Press Posted: / Updated: COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - Civil rights leaders are warning that attempts to ban critical race theory in Missouri schools could scare educators away from teaching about the Holocaust. Rabbis, teachers, and others on Monday cautioned Missouri lawmakers about putting limits on how educators teach about race.
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