August 14, 2022

School Superintendent Resigns After Parents Disagree with Critical Race Theory in Curriculum

Clarkstown School District Dr. Martin Cox resigned as superintendent of Clarkstown Central School in Rockland County, New York, following parent concerns over Critical Race Theory being used in curriculum. In a statement, Cox cited “personal reasons” for his resignation, News 12 the Bronx reported Wednesday. The school board voted five to one Tuesday evening in…

Anti-Critical Race Theory School Curriculum Candidates Win Big in Texas Town With 70 Percent of Vote

Voters in Southlake, Texas, a suburb of the Dallas/Fort Worth area, gave school board and city council candidates who oppose putting critical race theory in public school curriculums 70 percent of the vote in an election on Saturday. The election comes nine months after the Carroll Independent School District introduced a proposal to install so-called…

Woke University Pushes ‘Decolonised Curriculum’ to Replace Medieval English Courses

The University of Leicester has seen academics resign or cut ties after it removed studies in Medieval English in favour of a “decolonised curriculum”. The university announced in January its intentions to remove Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales and the Anglo-Saxon epic poem Beowolf — two seminal works of English literature — and replace them with…

Michigan Diocese Adopts Classical Curriculum, Rejects Common Core

The Diocese of Marquette in Michigan is in the process of adopting a Catholic liberal arts curriculum for all of its schools, instead of using the Common Core State Standards. The Diocese of Marquette in Michigan is in the process of adopting a Catholic liberal arts curriculum for all of its schools, instead of using […]

Summary of Psychosocial Manipulation in the Common Core Standards, Aligned Tests , Curriculum , and Data Collection Systems

The issue of teaching, testing and collecting data on psychological attitudes, values and beliefs is extremely serious and a major concern to parents, citizens, and experts. Despite promises by proponents that the Common Core Standards are “academic” and “rigorous,” documentation from the U.S. Department of Education, the National School Boards Association, The American School Counselors […]

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