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

Graber says he won't give 'one more dime' to school division until Deep Equity is removed

Whether Frederick County Public Schools should spend taxpayer money on Deep Equity — a professional development program from the California-based Corwin company — was a topic of debate at Wednesday night's Board of Supervisors meeting. Deep Equity is one of the resources used by the school division as part of …

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