The battle over teaching critical race theory in the classroom didn't end with the election of Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin in Virginia, and as a new school year begins, so too are new fights over the controversial race-based worldview that's still slipping into curriculums nationwide.
Frustrated parents have begun voicing their concerns after high school English students in Connecticut were given a writing worksheet instructing them on how to properly use words such as "white privilege," "indigenous peoples," "transgender" people, "institutional racism," and "Latinx."
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Marisa Herman ✉
Marisa Herman, a Newsmax senior reporter, focuses on major and investigative stories. A University of Florida graduate, she has more than a decade of experience as a reporter for newspapers, magazines, and websites.