"The Black Floridians he also represents are deprived of a public education that takes their life experiences into consideration," wrote the Miami Herald board.
A new report shows that in over 200 cases of threats against school boards, few investigations produced criminal charges.
A Christian website has posted questions for parents to ask, including whether the school teaches courses in 'white privilege' or 'diversity and inclusion'
We write today in full support of lessons of race and racism, including CRT, being taught in school. But we also share the concern of critics of CRT.
Harvard Law Professor and race scholar Randall Kennedy has argued against the need to ban the use of the racial slur, claiming it is here to stay.
A parent's complaint about a school's social justice challenge follows concerns from other parents about the "secrecy" behind other inappropriate content.
As Black History Month is underway, teachers in some states have restrictions on what they can teach, including racism and issues of systemic inequality.
Second-year law student Brittany Murphee warned that banning CRT "declares that Mississippians are structured in hate and rooted in a great deal of ignorance."
Cancel culture and critical race theory will increasingly decide elections unless the Democrats are able to distance their brand from cultural socialism.
Karl Frisch, a member of the Fairfax County School Board, condemned Youngkin's tip line for reporting teachers at a school board meeting.
The University of Idaho's president said a $500,000 budget cut to remove "social justice programming" was unsubstantiated and based on a "false narrative."
"Y'all have got to find another way to communicate to your base," state Representative Ramon Alexander told his Republican counterparts on Wednesday.
There is only one way to describe crass identity politics operationalized at this high a political level: Evil.
"Virginia is experiencing a teacher shortage, teachers are criminally underpaid, overworked and underappreciated," the spam site's creator said.
"I think of [the ban of his book 'Maus'] as a harbinger of things to come," the author and illustrator said.
Cartoonist Art Spiegelman's Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel was unanimously banned by a Tennessee school board over nudity and language concerns.
Youngkin "has blatantly attempted to pit educators against parents for political gain," said James J. Fedderman, the president of the Virginia Education Association.
"We are indeed going to continue to teach all history...but we are going to get these inherently divisive teaching practices out of the classroom," Youngkin said.
Julianna told Newsweek such tip-lines do not benefit constituents, "but rather turn them against each other."
"It's bigger than they can even show—all the different firms will make your head spin," one parent said.
The cancellation comes after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis vowed to push for legislation banning critical race theory from being taught in schools.
"We cannot afford to spend our time taking up issues in Mississippi that do not exist," Democratic Senator Derrick Simmons said after walking out.
The term "social emotional learning" refers to the "social, emotional and character development" of children, according to Rutgers professor Dr. Maurice Elias.
Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin's education campaign mapped out a successful path to office, but teachers worry political promises won't do enough for schools.
"You get a sense of 'I'm not really witnessing [critical race theory debate] in my classroom'," AAE Executive Director Colin Sharkey told Newsweek.
The state's Republican-controlled Senate Education Committee has approved legislation that takes aim at critical race theory.
Another similar bill is still being debated in the Indiana House that would also restrict what teachers could say regarding some topics around race or politics.
The Division of Legislative Services, a nonpartisan state agency, took the blame for the error on Friday morning.
Writers of color tell Newsweek that many of the people trying to ban the books have little knowledge of what the theory is.