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DeSantis Emphasizes Florida’s Civics Curriculum Will ‘Expressly Exclude’ Critical Race Theory




Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) clarified that his state has no plans to include critical race theory in its curriculum.

“The Florida civics curriculum will incorporate foundational concepts with the best materials, and it will clearly exclude unsection narratives such as critical race theory and other unproven theories,” he said. DeSantis said at a press conference on Wednesday.

He continued, “Let me make it clear that there is no room in our classrooms for things like critical race theory. Teaching children to hate their country and hate each other is not worth a red light. cents of taxpayer money. So we will invest in an actual, solid real curriculum and we will lead the development and implementation of a civic education around the world. “

Kimberlé Crenshaw, a founder of critical race theory and a professor of law at UCLA and Columbia universities, specified critical theory of race as a “skill.”

He explained, “This is an argumentative approach to a history of White supremacy that rejects the belief that what is past is before, and that laws and systems that evolve from the past are separate from it.”

Crenshaw added, “The critical theory of race attends not only to the changing role of law that is often celebrated, but also to its role in promoting the very rights and privileges set out to save legal reform. “Like American history itself, a proper understanding of the land on which we stand requires a balanced analysis, not a mere commitment to jingoistic accounts of our nation’s past and present dynamics.”

President Donald Trump signed an executive order in November of 2020 to establish his “Advisory 1776 Commission,” an educational committee designed to “better enable an emerging generation to understand the history and principles of the founding United States in 1776. “

The commission is defined as a “patriotic education.”

The executive order followed Trump called critical race theory, the New York Times Project of 1619, and the “crusade against” American history that was “toxic propaganda” and “ideological poison.”

The New York Times Magazine 1619 Project “It aims to revive the nation’s history by placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans at the center of our national narrative,” the website reads.


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