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Project Tomorrow’s CEO notes the ‘poptential’ of clips that are relevant to young generations.
Newly launched coalition Learn From History aims to reduce stress on teachers and educate the public about what schools are actually teaching about racism’s role in U.S. history.
Having students debunk a conspiracy theory will help them develop healthy skepticism toward the avalanche of information they come across on the internet, cable television and other sources
Critical race theory is not a divisive concept that teaches that all white people are oppressors, says a law professor who helped define CRT decades ago.
Amidst the critical race theory uproar, a report finds that students who learn about racism are more likely to hold egalitarian views and be active around racial issues
Efforts to restrict critical race theory infringe on the right of educators to teach and of students to learn, a broad coalition of civil rights advocates, historians, and other education organizations said Wednesday.
Parents, teachers and others rallied across the country this weekend, for and against the teaching of critical race theory in K-12 schools.
Recent legislative pushes on critical race theory prompt those in K-12 to take Pledge to Teach the Truth.
Race is a seminal aspect of the American experience, and bans on how it is taught can harm both students of color and their white classmates, professor Vida A. Robertson says.
Lawmakers in several more states have moved to ban the teaching of critical race theory with laws that set parameters for how educators teach current events and U.S. history.
Showing students where and when American society has not lived up to the “all men are created equal" standard is a key driver of critical race theory, says one higher ed expert.