Lawmakers in the Kansas House began laying the groundwork last week for redirecting taxpayer money from public to private schools by holding a two-hour hearing on complaints two parents have with diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Vocal opponents of critical race theory aim to perpetuate the myth of meritocracy and the single story of American exceptionalism, author Clint Smith told the crowd at Liberty Hall Monday night.
U.S. Rep. Jake LaTurner, whose district includes Douglas County, is convinced the United States faces crisis on five fronts tied to the economy, energy independence, border security, cyber attacks and cultural erosion. He said American culture was under attack and critical race theory was a grave obstacle.
The Kansas Senate’s confirmation committee waded into the latest front of the political culture war with questions about critical race theory before voting to recommend approval of Gov. Laura Kelly’s three nominees to the state Board of Regents.
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