Parents say they're running for local school boards to fight 'poisonous' critical race theory

I think that CRT is poisonous,” Dolan, who is a high school U.S. history teacher, le dijo al anfitrión Pete Hegseth, adding that it teaches people to look at children bywhere they were born, what race they are [y] who their parents are.

That’s wrong,” he stressed. “CRT is the opposite of good teaching.

Cawvey said she is running tokeep CRT out of our schools.

Dolan and Cawvey made the comments as controversies over racial diversity trainings and curricula have swept the nation in recent months.

CRT is a controversial philosophy – a progressive idea that proponents say can increase racial equity and which critics describe as Marxist, anti-American and neo-racist.

American Federation of Teachers (AFT) presidente Randi Weingarten said on Tuesday that the unionwill defend any member who gets in trouble for teaching honest history.

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We have a legal defense fund ready to go and we are preparing for litigation as we speak,” ella continuó. “Teaching the truth is not radical or wrong.

Distorting history and threatening educators for teaching the truth is what is truly radical and wrong,” Weingarten went on to say.

Weingarten made the statements after The National Education Association, cuales works with AFT, approved a plan to “publicar” teoría crítica de la raza y dedicar un “equipo de empleados” para ayudar a los miembros del sindicato que buscan “luchar contra la retórica anti-CRT.”

New Business Item 39 also declares that the union opposes bans on critical race theory and the New York Times’ controversial 1619 Project – which roughly half the U.S. estados have already implemented.

Arkansas, Florida, Idaho, Tennessee and Michigan are among the states that have already approved bans on forcing teachers to give lessons on CRT.

Dolan argued on Wednesday that CRTchanges the way that teachers look at their students,” changesthe way that classmates look at each other and, worst of all , it changes how the student looks at the at themselves.

It’s poisonous, it’s shameful and I’m running for school board to end it because I want to make sure that my classroom teaches the truth and also respects the students in front of me,” él continuó.

Cawvey said she noticed that during the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated school closures, it was made apparent thatlocal school boards have so much control over what happens in our children’s daily lives.

She said she running for a seat with the Lansing School Board as alast line of defense against the indoctrination of our children.

I am planning on a worst-case scenario that it (CRT) will be implemented into the schools as official curriculum or at least try to be and our school board will be our last line of defense,” Cawvey said. “So myself and two other conservatives are trying take our three seats.

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Spokespeople with the Lansing School District and the Fox Chapel Area School District did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

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