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February 17, 2022

Diversity Statements, K-12 Gender Ideology, and More Media Distortion

John D. Sailer

“Diversity statements” are a fast-growing trend in both K-12 schools and higher education. New model legislation would put an end to these political litmus tests.

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February 14, 2022

NAS Commends the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education's Revised Louisiana Social Studies Standards

Peter Wood and David Randall

We are pleased by the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education's most recent revisions and propose several additional reforms to build upon its excellent work. 

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February 3, 2022

Digital SATs, Critical Social Justice, and a New Civics Alliance Website

John D. Sailer

With every new day, there’s a new story about education in the United States, and now, the Civics Alliance provides even more tools to help navigate this strange new policy landscape.

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January 26, 2022

Petition: A Pro-Equality Approach to Colorado State Social Studies Standards

National Association of Scholars

Like all children, Colorado school children deserve a first-rate education free from indoctrination. We encourage all of our Colorado members to consider signing this petition.

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January 20, 2022

A New Civic Knowledge Test, Retreating School Boards, and the Booming DEI Industry

John D. Sailer

Across the country, state lawmakers have sprung into action—once again, education is at the top of the agenda everywhere.

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January 18, 2022

Gov. Youngkin Bans Critical Race Theory, but More Reform is Necessary

David Randall

Governor Youngkin has moved swiftly on his campaign promises, yet the state of Virginia must do more to institutionalize education reform.

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January 10, 2022

NAS Comments on the Draft Revision Recommendations for Colorado Academic Standards: Social Studies

National Association of Scholars

The Draft Revision Recommendations for Colorado Academic Standards: Social Studies should be significantly revised.

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January 6, 2022

Schools Close Again, More CRT Bans, and No More U.S. History

John D. Sailer

It’s a new year, but the issues of education—from COVID-related closures to rampant politicization—will likely remain central in 2022.

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December 9, 2021

CRT In Practice, the Parents’ Bill of Rights, and Social Media Literacy

John D. Sailer

The year is drawing to a close, but the ongoing debate over education is far from over.

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November 24, 2021

North Dakota Bans CRT, 1619 Returns, and Wisconsin Parents File Suit

John D. Sailer

Although the heated debates of the last few months have simmered down for the holidays, activists, policymakers, and parents still push competing visions of education.

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