The author of The End of Race Politics: Arguments for a Colorblind America says colorblindness should remain our North Star during a live conversation with Nick Gillespie.
Critical Race Theory
"Professors are not mouthpieces for the government," says FIRE's Joe Cohn. "For decades, the Supreme Court of the United States has defended professors' academic freedom from governmental intrusion."
The bill now bans a battery of poorly-defined "Critical Theory" concepts, and prevents schools from funding programs that promote "diversity, equity, and inclusion."
Florida's H.B. 999 claims to support "viewpoint diversity" and "intellectual rigor." It does just the opposite.
"If I disagreed or offered another opinion, I was told I had cognitive dissonance," Josh Diemert says.
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Why is Gov. Ron DeSantis acting just like his opposition by attempting to dictate what students are permitted to learn?
Legislative restrictions on ideas and viewpoints that can be advocated in the classroom undermine free inquiry
As free speech becomes an increasingly important part of the culture war, people won't stop misinterpreting—and outright violating—the First Amendment.
On Thursday, a federal court granted a preliminary injunction against the portion of the law applying to higher education, with one judge describing the law as "positively dystopian."
The school-choice scholar and activist explains why "backpack funding" is here to stay, why Texas is terrible on school choice, why CRT bans are a bad idea, and why even non-parents should care about radical reform.
By forcing kids to learn from home, teachers unions did more to promote the need for radical K-12 education reform than a million activists.
Ban on mandatory training of certain race topics “is a naked viewpoint-based regulation on speech.”
Three Florida companies are suing in federal court for the right to discuss diversity and inclusion concepts in workplace trainings.
It's not supporting “parents’ rights” to censor topics at private schools that families decide to send their children to.
You are not for school choice or parents’ rights when you try to ban race and LGBT subjects in private education.
Nearly 90 gag-order bills would ban schools from teaching the grisly particulars of American history. This activist is fighting against the censorship and for school choice.
Kali Fontanilla discovered that not only was CRT being taught in the classroom—her minority students were failing it.
An LGBT-Friendly Charter School in the Heart of Alabama Shows the Power and Flexibility of School Choice
But culture war political fights over race and sex education threaten their educational freedom.
"It's the taxpayers that are funding this."
The Inconvenient Minority author and head of Color Us United says it's time for the country to become truly colorblind.
One of the hardest political lessons to learn is that pocketbook issues are the main driving force of electoral successes and failures.
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From COVID-19 closures to critical race theory, Republicans can fix schools by giving families more choice.
The governor’s race could be an opening for the culture war, or an opportunity for school choice policies that offer just about everybody what they want.
People are increasingly tolerant of racial differences.
Muzzling critics of government policy will just make them angrier.
A.G. Merrick Garland Tells FBI To Investigate Parents Who Yell at School Officials About Critical Race Theory
School boards want some perturbed parents branded domestic terrorists.
'Equity,' 'Multiculturalism,' and 'Racial Prejudice' Among Concepts That Could Be Banned in Schools by Wisconsin Bill
A bill touted as banning "critical race theory" in schools would actually ban a huge array of speech around culture, race, and sex, its sponsor says.
Families looking for alternatives to battlefields of the culture war have a bonanza of educational options.
Chloe Valdary's Theory of Enchantment program uses Kendrick Lamar, Cheryl Strayed, and The Lion King to ease workplace racial tensions.
"It is reasonable and appropriate for curriculum to be informed by academic frameworks..."
The semantics battle obscures reasonable objections to antiracist diversity seminars.
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