A Red State Just Spent Money For Handicapped Pre-Schoolers On CRT Training

A Red State Just Spent Money For Handicapped Pre-Schoolers On CRT Training


North Carolina is on blast from parents’ groups after the state school board approved a $7 million federal grant called the Preschool Handicapped Grant to be used for “Equity and Cultural Responsiveness in the Early Childhood Classroom.”

“Preying on disabled 3 year old children – getting them to participate in a political movement, and to hate themselves based on skin color in the process, shows our public schools to be more morally corrupt than all others,” Sloan Rachmuth, president of the group Education First Alliance, said in a press release. “With this vote, North Carolina’s schools became the most radically divisive system in America.”

Deniers of the idea that critical race theory has inspired K-12 initiatives sometimes claim it is only in law schools–far from special-needs preschools.

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