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October 25, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: critical, education, Michigan, race, Reject, Theory

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Categories: Special needs education

It’s no secret that state universities and K-12 schools teach critical racial theory. And if public schools teach it, it means your taxes are paying for it. In Michigan, whistleblowers found that Grand Haven High School educators used presentation materials that taught intersectionality, one of the basic ideas of Critical Race Theory. With intersectionality, educators […]

Members of the education committee of a local school district raised questions during the Garfield County Latino community committee meeting in New Castle on September 8th. From left are Brianda Cervantes, school community organizer for Roaring Fork Schools, Garfield Re-2 school board member Katie Mackley, and Garfield District 16 superintendent Brad Ray.John Stroud / Post […]

July 30, 2021

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Tags: Berm, critical, Curriculum, education, Face, race, Theory, unchanged

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Categories: Special needs education

Given concerns about critical racial theory, Bermudian Springs School District Superintendent Shane Hotchkiss said the district’s curriculum will remain unchanged. “We have an adopted curriculum that aligns with Pennsylvania state standards, and it has been in place for several years,” said Hotchkiss. “The curriculum for social studies and history, K-12, has not changed.” Critical Racial […]

July 16, 2021

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Tags: Autism, critical, flagged, genes, influence, Spectrum, time, window

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Categories: autism

New neighbors: transplanted immature inhibitory cells (red) surround a mature neuron (dark gray); the new cells appear to prevent signal imbalance in mice lacking a copy of the autism-related FOXG1 gene. Mice lacking a copy of the autism-related gene FOXG1 in the brain have atypical social behavior and an imbalance in excitatory and inhibitory signals, […]

Iowa has declared critical racial theory to be “discriminatory indoctrination,” and a ban is due to go into effect in just over a week – but leaked documents show that a major education agency designed to support students with special needs is holding workshops to implement the controversial program when the legislature finally made the […]

June 22, 2021

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Tags: Autism, critical, error, graduate, guidelines, screening, Spectrum, Students, uncovered

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Categories: autism

Punit Shah Associate professor, University of Bath Lucy Waldren PhD student, University of Bath When clinicians suspect someone has autism, they often turn to screening tools – standardized questionnaires or checklists that measure autism characteristics. If a high score confirms their suspicion, they refer the person to a specialist for diagnostic evaluation. These screening tools […]