State-wide Materials (political activism, false facts, critical race theory, etc)

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District-level Materials

Worthington City School District

Schools Propagating Anti-American 1619 Project

Worthington Schools in the Central, OH area are propagating the anti-American narrative, the 1619 Project. It teaches that America is irredeemable due to its racism through debunked and revised history. The use of Marxist ideology through Critical Race Theory is a common tactic these days, and this is no different. Attempting to divide people by race, categorizing people as Oppressors vs Oppressed, and brainwashing children to hate their country and …

Columbus City School District

School Refuses to Show Parents Race-Based Curriculum

An elite private school in Columbus, OH refused to show parents their race-based curriculum even after students were subjected to a civil disobedience walkout demonstration. For more on the story, see Daily Wire's report: https://www.dailywire.com/news/elite-private-academy-refuses-to-show-race-based-curriculum-to-parents

Westerville City School District

CRT in 11th Grade English

I can give first hand testimony that the junior-year English students and students in the African American literature class have read both Ta-Nehisi Coates and Ibram X. Kendi as part of their required reading. Faculty members have undergone racial equity training over the past two years. This philosophy is gaining rapid traction at WCSD.

Beachwood City School District

Mandatory Critical Race Training

Mandatory Critical Race Training at Beachwood High School coming soon on March 11th, 2021. https://beforeitsnews.com/tea-party/2021/03/a-local-success-story-to-punch-back-against-critical-race-theory-2643562.html https://www.beachwoodschools.org/AntiRacism.aspx