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


Questionable Curriculum: Critical Race Theory (Et Al) In Wisconsin – A Continuing Series

See the below article for numerous examples of critical race theory in Wisconsin school districts, as well as how they try to hide it.


Equity: Wisconsin’s Model to Inform Culturally Responsive Practices

The Model to Inform Culturally Responsive Practices describes the beliefs, knowledge, and practices Wisconsin educators, schools, and districts need to reach and teach diverse students within their culturally responsive multi-level systems of support. It’s not a checklist or a toolkit; rather, cultural responsiveness is a way of being and knowing. It’s how we show up to do the work of schools.

If you have a tip affecting the entire state (such as state standards, state superintendents association, or state school board association), submit a state-wide tip here. To submit a tip about something that was taught in your district, select it on the map above.

District-level Materials

Germantown School District

Germantown bans critical race theory, then overturns ban

The teachers put up a fuss to appeal the initial decision

Oshkosh Area School District

8th grade Science

This assignment had 15-16 questions along with “evidence”. Students were tasked with choosing the best statement supported by the “evidence.” The “evidence” for two of the questions was clearly political and only gave a snippet of biased information.