Progressive talking points delivered by the newspaper . . .
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly on Monday dismissed outrage over “critical race theory” — an academic concept that is not part of public school curricula — as wholly manufactured.
“I think this is a nothing burger that’s been cooked up to get people up in arms about something that’s not real,” Kelly said in an interview.
State lawmakers are preparing to bring that outrage to next year’s legislative session, in the form of proposals to ban the teaching of critical race theory and develop a “bill of rights” for parents and students. Kelly said they should leave curriculum issues alone.
“With that said I am also a very strong believer that you hire professionals, and you elect school board members to deal with curriculum,” she said. “I think we just need to continue to operate the way we have in the past. It resulted in Kansas having one of the most solid educational K-12 systems in the country.”
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Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly on Monday dismissed outrage over "critical race theory" - an academic concept that is not part of public school curricula - as wholly manufactured. "I think this is a nothing burger that's been cooked up to get people up in arms about something that's not real," Kelly said in an interview.