Critical Race Theory

On Monday, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis defended his administration's decision to reject AP African American studies courses in the Sunshine State.

A reading of a Dr. Seuss book at an elementary school in Ohio ended when a student pointed out the book was, in part, an allegory to racism.

As long as racism persists in education, students of color may never be able to completely avoid racial battle fatigue.

Desperate to uphold white fragility, Gov. Ron DeSantis is asking Florida universities to report info about critical race theory and diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.

We compiled a review of social justice stories worth revisiting or reading for the first time. Catching up on what has happened in the past can help plan for how to engage in the coming year.

During a recent interview, Blackburn claimed a couple from NYC left the city because of woke Kindergartens.

Despite the outrage, San Diego State University is standing behind a Black professor's lesson.

A review conducted by PEN America shows no other state in America has banned more books from school libraries than Texas.

The value of AP courses could force opponents of critical race theory to make a crucial choice.

A Florida judge blocked part of Gov. Ron DeSantis' "Stop WOKE Act."

Michael James resigned from O.J. Semmes Elementary School after a staffer allegedly removed images of Black heroes from his classroom.

Oklahoma State Board of Education voted to demote Tulsa Public Schools' accreditation status due to critical race theory claims.