AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File Yesterday there was a holier than thou editorial in the New York Times insulting groups trying to work through their elected representatives to prohibit the teaching of critical theories as normative in K-12 classrooms. There are three problems with the authors’ assessment. First, it was dishonest in its presentation of what parents and legislators call for when authoring legislation prohibiting critical theories in the classroom. The authors allege: Tennessee House Bill SB 0623, for example, bans any teaching that could lead an individual to “feel discomfort, guilt, anguish or another form of psychological distress solely […]
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