The Brunswick County, North Carolina, Board of Education voted unanimously this week on a policy that bans employees from using their positions to persuade students to support particular political theories or issues.
The new policy aims to “ensure that social theories of any kind (i.e. Holocaust Denial Theory, 9/11 Theory, Critical Race Theory) are not presented to students unless approved by the Brunswick County Board of Education,” reported WECT News6.
“I represent all of you, the whole citizenship of Brunswick County,” said board member Gerald Benton. “I’d like the schools to be a safe place for factual information to be conveyed to your child and you can teach your child what’s right and wrong yourself.”
Words of courage standing up to the cowardice and evil of Critical Race Theory. Parents, it’s time to fight for the vulnerable and voiceless: your children… https://t.co/JJy7sF6qZA
— Burgess Owens (@BurgessOwens) June