Laura Zorc explains how to hold school boards accountable for allowing CRT, radical gender theory, and politically motivated mask mandates in classrooms.
There is a marked tendency among critics to overstate the intent and scope of ‘anti-critical race theory’ legislation like the Texas and Tennessee statutes.
At least two dozen Democratic lawmakers who are vulnerable in the midterms are refusing to say whether they would support another round of school closures.
A summer ‘Learning Guide’ published by Fairfax County Public Schools in Northern Virginia is teaching anti-police rhetoric to second graders.
Randi Weingarten said opening schools is conditional on vaccine mandates and other COVID-19 mitigation strategies that she says “need to be negotiated.”
‘Progressives hate babies because they’re crying, drooling, pooping refutations of everything woke leftists believe,’ Ben Domenech said on ‘Primetime.’
The professional conservative movement should be moving massive amounts of money to support parents’ efforts and harden them as a target of this leftist onslaught.
Parents fighting critical race theory are making a fundamentally flawed assumption: That the government entities to which they appeal are responsive to them.
What often results from standards-based grading is a student who never did any of the work or learned any of the material, but still passes the course with flying colors.
Americans must “stand up to a brittle corrupt leadership that seeks to force you to trade your freedom for the self-satisfaction that no mob will ever come for you.”
Prolonged school closures may have set back an entire generation of American children, with students from minority or poorer families suffering most.
The Fordham Institute slyly advocates for action civics, also known as ‘protest civics,’ in its assessment of each state’s content standards.
We must curtail efforts by wealthy and powerful organizations like Facebook to worm their way into the classroom with an obvious leftist agenda of no academic value.
Rather than trying to reform an educational system that has betrayed us, we should starve it of access to its favorite fodder: our children.
Verbose, imprecise, or overly broad legislation may be justly dismissed, but concise, precise, and carefully worded legislation can earn widespread support.
House Democrats killed a Republican bill that would’ve banned the use of taxpayer money for critical race theory in schools and the military.
Months of pushing critical race theory into classrooms across the country may threaten the Democratic Party’s electoral viability.
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