Flagged Curriculum (political activism, false facts, critical race theory, etc)

Jeffco Schools Uses Critical Theory and Intersectional Theory

Jeffco Schools explicitly states that it views the world through an intersectional lens and that is uses a structural inequity and an equity lens to critically examine data. https://docs.google.com/document/d/10h6Zwumh-LeyY1QwNZG-r38Sdii1Gu-I52p8CWYvjzE/edit In Jeffco Public Schools, we are working to cultivate a culture of equity... We will prioritize the needs of marginalized and …

Jefferson County Open School requires elementary students to study critical race theory if they want to graduate

The graduation requirements for this woke k-12 school require children to study intersectional theory, which teaches that white students and males are oppressors and that students of color and females are oppressed. How can it be legal, let alone moral, to teach children that they are oppressors? "Responsible Global Citizenship …

Racial Equity Resources

CRT Booklists, podcasts, and other resources. The 1619 Project and How To Be An Antiracist - by Ibram X. Kendi. Reflect on these discussion questions in an effort to reshape the conversation about racial justice in America, and liberate new ways of thinking about ourselves and each other.

CRT & 1619 in Jeffco public school

Jeffco website makes it clear that they will be teaching our elementary school children CRT. I find no talk about when this was decided and it’s terrible for our children. “The following resources were gathered to support families and community members in understanding racism, talking about racism, and helping people …

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