Anchorage School District leaders repeatedly claim they have no intention of teaching critical race theory and yet district leadership is actively encouraging teachers to enroll in a so-called “anti-racist” workshop that condemns “whiteness” and
By their own admission Anchorage’s brick and mortar public schools are plagued with student fights, foul language, emotional outbursts, disrespect of teachers and embarrassing academic scores. You can add to that the purchasing of pornographic gay novels,
Today, many radical school teachers believe themselves to be teaching the “truthful” history of the world, including American history. They aggressively and unwisely inject divisive concepts of gender identity, the 1619 Project, white privilege and
Hundreds of newly hired teachers in the Mat-Su School District are being instructed to infuse their classrooms with controversial and divisive ideas rooted in critical race theory. The Matanuska Susitna Education Association (MSEA), which represents more than
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The Anchorage Public Library, which includes five locations across Eagle River, Anchorage and Girdwood, has ignited heated controversy over the past few years by using public funds to promote a highly contentious social agenda. From Drag Queen story hours for
The Alaska Coalition of BIPOC Educators (ACBE) plans to protest any attempt to block them from indoctrinating children with controversial ideas associated with critical race theory. On Aug. 28, these teachers plan to rally at the Martin Luther King Jr.
Education and knowledge translate into power. Education does not parallel economics or politics, but is the soul of society, and more fundamental than these others. Education determines people’s moral values, appearance, eating habits, the role of citizens;
Many parents across Alaska and the nation are expressing serious concern and even outrage over the teaching of critical race theory (CRT) in public school classrooms, only to be met with denials from school officials that it is even being taught at all. But
The battle over whether critical race theory, white privilege and transgender politics should be disseminated to school age children in Alaska and across the nation is likely to intensify in the coming months. Last week, America’s largest teachers’ union
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