From Grad School to Kindergarten: How Critical Race Theory Is Remaking a Connecticut School District

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In classrooms across the country, students as young as five years old are being instructed in the tenets of an ideology that casts American society as a power competition between racial groups.

This postmodern framework was once confined to the halls of higher education and traveled under the name critical race theory. But in recent years, teachers and administrators steeped in this way of thinking have begun adapting concepts honed in postgraduate seminars for a K–12 audience.

In private and public schools alike, teachers and administrators are evaluating and reforming their curricula along the racist vs. anti-racist binary advanced most prominently by

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