7 thoughts on “Same as it ever was – once again!

  1. Replacement theory says:

    “The law that prompted a school administrator to call for an “opposing” perspective on the Holocaust is causing confusion across Texas” https://www.texastribune.org/2021/10/15/Texas-critical-race-theory-law-confuses-educators/
    “…It’s not the first time the Carroll school district in Southlake — the affluent suburb that sits between Fort Worth and Dallas — has made news with its interpretation of the new law, which is an attempt to keep critical race theory, or CRT, an academic discipline usually taught at the university level, out of schools. Critical race theory’s central idea is that racism is not something restricted to individuals. Instead, the theory contends that bias is something embedded in policies and legal systems.”

  2. Cassandra says:

    Paul Martino, the right-wing founder of a Silicon Valley venture fund, is poised to shake up Pennsylvania’s upcoming school board elections by applying the VC model to local politics. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that Martino claims his group, Back to School PA, has handed out $10,000 to 50 separate PACs in hopes of backing school board candidates who will support in-class learning no matter what happens moving forward with the COVID-19 pandemic. https://www.vice.com/en/article/g5gzej/right-wing-vc-says-hes-using-silicon-valley-mindset-to-fund-school-board-candidates

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