The Georgia Board of Education is the first state board to adopt a resolution to ban both the teaching of tenets of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and “action” or “protest” civics in the state’s public schools.
CRT is a Marxist philosophy that embraces the concept that all social and cultural issues should be viewed through the lens of race.
“Action” or “protest” civics is an initiative that seeks to indoctrinate K-12 students into woke “action” political organizing, under the guise of restoring “unity.”
At the urging of Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R), the state board met Thursday and resolved, by a vote of 11-2, to prohibit the teaching of the tenets of CRT and the practice of requiring students to engage in political activism for coursework credit.
The resolution states, in part:
We, the State Board of Education for the State of Georgia:
Believes the United States of America is