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

Supporting an Equitable & Culturally Responsive Environment - Professional Learning 2020

Equity training for elementary, middle, and high school teachers - summer 2020.

Equity Leads Coaching Institute

More equity training for LCPS. August 11 and 14, 2020

Injunction Denied in Academies Admission Lawsuit

A Federal District Court judge has denied a bid to enjoin the Loudoun County School Board from implementing new admissions selection procedures for the Academy of Science and the Academy Engineering and Technology. A hearing on the school division’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit is scheduled for November. In August, …

NAACP issues 'Terms of Conciliation' demanding elimination of tests and grades for gifted programs

The NAACP is demanding Loudoun County Public Schools eliminate standardized testing and grades as a criteria for admission into LCPS gifted programs. The group recently posted "Terms of Conciliation" for the school system. That's in favor of "admission on a random basis" to interested students via a "lottery," so long …

Loudoun County Equity, Systematic Racism, Equity Plans, and Equity Training

The overarching documents that are being used to push critical theories into the schools.

School board proposes banning teachers from disagreeing with Equity policies, even in private, personal phone calls

A school board proposal being voted on Oct. 12 says the "First Amendment... may be outweighed" by LCPS interest in "promoting internal..and external community harmony" about "the goal to root out systemic racism." As West Nova News summarizes: "The proposed change would cover all communication by Loudoun County Schools' employees, …

Loudoun Spends $422,000 to teach white kids they're racist

Says "white supremacy culture," defining 70% of school students, includes "perfectionism," "objectivity," "fear or open conflict," and "worship of the written word."

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