NC: GOP would ban K-12 promotion of views about race

Source: Seymour Tribune

“North Carolina Republicans advanced legislation on Wednesday that defines how teachers can discuss certain concepts about race and racism inside the classroom. GOP Senate leader Phil Berger said his chamber is taking action as Republicans across the country seek to counter their understanding of ‘critical race theory’ …. The latest version of the North Carolina bill would prevent teachers from compelling students to personally adopt any ideas from a list of 13 beliefs, even though though they cannot identify a single case of this happening inside the state’s classrooms, which serve about 1.5 million K-12 public school students.” [editor’s note: Once again, efforts to promote tolerance are good; conditioning children to feel like oppressors or victims (for any reason) is not – SAT] (07/14/21)