Schools Don’t Need Critical Race Theory. They Need Ethnic Studies

By David Carr | Word In Black

Photograph by cottonbro/Pexels

(WIB) – Teachers and educators really have had a tough go of it in the past few years. From their crash course in technology so they could teach remotely, to becoming defacto nurses determining who could come back to school and who needed to stay at home because of COVID-19, teachers have indeed done it all. 

And the pressure on teachers isn’t letting up. The latest political game I have watched educators deal with is the debate over Critical Race Theory — or CRT. 

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