Thursday, October 6, 2022

As radical teachers complain, HB 1775 author says it is ‘doing what it is supposed to do’

"When Oklahoma lawmakers voted to prohibit the teaching of racial superiority and other concepts broadly associated with Critical Race Theory through the passage of House Bill 1775, opponents argued such instruction was not occurring in state classrooms," Ray Carter reports. "But some teachers—including one self-described radical—are indirectly indicating those concepts have been routinely infused into classroom instruction by declaring the law is now impeding their work. One of the bill’s authors views that as a sign of success."

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