Bolles School dropped racial literacy courses after donors sent letter

One week before The Bolles School announced it would discontinue part of its racial theory curriculum because of community "angst," five donors sent a letter stating the school's funding was at risk if they proceeded with the lessons.

One 7 days prior to The Bolles College introduced it would discontinue part of its racial theory curriculum since of neighborhood “angst,” five donors stated the school’s economical and alumni assistance could be at chance if they proceeded with the lessons.

As very first noted by News4Jax, notable donors signed and despatched a letter to the school’s headmaster stating that the Pollyanna variety curriculum the university declared it would roll out for elementary and center university students have been inappropriate and pushed an agenda. 

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The Pollyanna curriculum facilities all around “advancing systemic modify” and “maximizing racial literacy,” according to its website. Subject areas reviewed involve implicit bias, intersectionality, systemic racism and LGBTQ concerns. Although applied by educational facilities across the state, the curriculum is also bashed on conservative weblogs as “propaganda.” 

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