Public Schools Not Backing Down On Critical Race Theory

Public Schools Not Backing Down On Critical Race Theory

No wonder the public schools in the United States are not producing the academic equals of the rest of the world. The administrators in charge of hiring seem to be more interested in incorporating “critical race theory” by that label or a handful of others into the curriculum.

“Ultimately, when we’re looking for people to serve our students, my key questions are: Can you teach these students, even if they don’t look like you?” Karen Rice-Harris, chair of the American Association of School Personnel Administrators’ diversity, equity, and inclusion committee, said.

Education Week reported that “school districts are increasingly asking teacher-candidates questions about cultural competency, race, and equity during the application and interview process.” Although it is “slow work,” Rice-Harris says teacher prospects should be able to adequately answer “how they honor the diversity of their students in their instruction and curriculum.”

One would hope that the answer would be to treat all students fairly and the same way, but, of course, Americans who have been around “diverse” school districts for any length of time know that to not be the right answer.

Lauren Dachille, founder and CEO of teacher hiring software company Nimble, said school systems have been asking “cultural competency” questions for “at least the last five to 10 years,” says Education Week…

Now that Americans have become “a little more aware of the concept of anti-racism and maybe a little more woke as a culture,” Dachille says, racial questions “might be more explicit.”

While Dachille contends that “many districts will also dig into whether candidates believe that all students have the capacity to learn and thrive academically,” as Breitbart News has reported, one core belief of critical race theorists is that certain races are incapable of competing in advanced academic courses, leading to the discontinuation of such courses in areas controlled by adherents to the ideology.

Dachille’s Nimble is working on “leverag[ing] artificial intelligence to help districts gauge candidates’ cultural competence by their answers during the interview process and on their application,” according to Education Week.

So, the education establishment is essentially setting up a system that weeds out free thinkers before they even get to the interview stage, thus ensuring that only leftist nuts who actually believe that anything having to do with race is part of the curriculum rather than the basics of reading, writing and math.

No wonder education is such a mess.

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Alej Marcos
Alej Marcos
December 13, 2021 6:13 pm

No wonder the public schools in the United States are not producing the academic equals of the rest of the world.

The rest of the civilized world doesn’t have to deal with being integrated with evolutionary failures.

December 13, 2021 6:37 pm

we will not teach our children hate and division. We teach our children to love each other, to value one another’s differences. We teach them to see them as God’s creation – fearfully and wonderfully made in His image.

if for some reason you don’t like religion – children can be taught to value their fellow human beings.

it’s not a hard concept – and a whole lot more rewarding than teaching someone to hate.

a counter to consider – my family is ethnic….but that is beside the point. Race, color, creed doesn’t matter….we’re all human….and in this together.

December 14, 2021 12:18 am

The question on teaching others is absurd. It is school management that wants to eliminate individual differences in favor of group classification. For example, if two of a teacher’s high school classes in the same subject are half female-half male and half black-half Hispanic, management thinks the classes are the same and wants an explanation if the two classes do not have the same passing percentage. The aim of management is to improve statistics, not education.