The College Fix thecollegefix.com 14 Jan, 2021 07:30 am

Activists organize to expel critical race theory from California ethnic studies ‘model curriculum’

Activists organize to expel critical race theory from California ethnic studies ‘model curriculum’
Otherwise teachers get to tell parents on Back to School night that their kids are oppressors.

Educators for Excellence in Ethnic Studies and the Alliance for Constructive Ethnic Studies circulated similar form letters for supporters to personalize and send to state officials.” The “anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism is actually a direct result of the critical race theory and critical ethnic studies approach,” Rensin explained.MORE: Newsom vetoes ethnic studies requirement for graduation This curriculum could impact more than 3,800 California public schools, Lori Meyers, an educator affiliated with Educators for Excellence, wrote in an email to The Fix.p p Otherwise teachers get to tell parents on Back to School night that their kids are oppressors Activists are once more taking aim at California’s “Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum,” demanding a broader historical perspective than critical race theory.

” Lia Rensin, a representative of ACES, told The College Fix that despite “minor wording changes” and other ethnic groups being included in the curriculum, the changes are insufficient because the guiding values require the lesson to be taught through the lens of critical race theory.” she asked rhetorically: Teachers will bear the load of explaining to parents on Back to School night that their kids are oppressors.

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