Professor torches school district's 'anti-racist' math push: ‘Racism is an industry in America'

The Pennsylvania professor and co-founder of Free Black Thought referred to Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville, 켄터키, 호스팅 a year-long professional training program on anti-racist mathematics.

What is going on is that everything has to cater to a victim narrative. And when I say everything, I mean everything. The powers that be among the anti-racist circles, 예를 들면, really want to be thorough about this. And when I say thorough, I mean thorough, 예, math is racist. They’re going to racialize breakfast cereal soon. They want to touch on everything,” Smith told여우 & 친구.”


The program, 전화 “Anti-Racist Mathematics,” has the goal toeliminate curricular violence and innovate mathematics education” ...을 통하여 “anti-bias, anti-racist, and racially equitable practices,” the College Fix 신고.

Educators will engage in monthly sessions with Lateefah Id-Deen, assistant professor of mathematics education at Kennesaw State University, which focus on topics like white supremacy in mathematics, racial trauma in mathematics, and creating anti-racist lesson plans,” 보고서 상태.

Smith said thatpragmatism is a lost concept among contemporary anti-racists.The professor said that anti-racists areactually going after language now,” a movement calledBlack linguistic justice.

He explained that the movement claims that teaching Black studentsstandard Englishis racist.

“그래서, this is not just a math thing. 과, 명백하게, to a five-year-old, this is not good for Black students.

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Let’s make no mistake that racism is an industry in America. There is money to be made. Not just giving speeches but giving workshops or giving curricula that is quote, unquote, anti-racist when it’s actually quite racist,” 그는 덧붙였다.

Fox News reached out to Jefferson County Public Schools for a statement but did not get a response.

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