By David L. Bernstein
The highly partisan debate over whether critical race theory is being taught in public schools obscures a much more relevant question about whether schools should teach children what they tell the public they are teaching children. Unfortunately, some of what Montgomery County Public Schools and other school systems tell the public they are teaching children about race and racism is shockingly extreme.
Having recently undergone a systemwide “anti-racist audit,” MCPS is now training teachers and instructing students in a radical variant of anti-racist ideology called "white supremacy culture," which makes even the most militant forms of critical race theory seem downright temperate. When MCPS undertook an anti-racist audit in February 2021, it made clear that one of its current “restorative justice professional development goals” is education on “white supremacy culture.” Apparently, the school system never looked back.
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