Asra Q. Nomani is a former Wall Street Journal reporter. She writes a regular newsletter, Asra Investigates, with breaking news and analysis on the frontlines of culture and politics. She is working on a project, chronicling “critical race theory” in K-12 education. Email her tips at [email protected] Follow her on Twitter at @asranomani.
‘The attack on gifted education is not only a loss for students, but it’s a loss for our country. It’s a national security issue,’ says Harry Jackson, who is suing to resist racial quotas in his son’s elite public school.
‘I don’t need indoctrination, I need a good solid education in math, science, non-revisionist social studies, & English. Is that too much to ask?’
Fairfax County spent $44,000 on promoting critical race theorist Ibram X. Kendi for this one event—almost an entire year’s salary for a first-year teacher.
- Ken Jennings’s Stint As ‘Jeopardy!’ Guest Host Isn’t Going WellAs we saw with Ken Jennings's 'opening night jitters,' continue reading >
- 8 Strategies For Exiting The Biden Years Stronger Than The Right Went InLet's be honest: The right is making a forced retreat. continue reading >
- Democrats Pledge To Fight Trump Rule Ensuring Banks Won’t Refuse Service To ConservativesBanks have a duty to provide proportionate access to ficontinue reading >