U.S Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona recently approved a plan to allow for New York State to use Federal Funds it received from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) to promote the controversial Critical Race Theory (CRT) statewide.
New York State’s Education plan, known as the “Empire state’s Elementary and Secondary Emergency Relief plan,” is federally funded thanks in part to the American Rescue Plan (ARP) to the sum of $8,995,282,324. In the release, the plan reads that its goal is to “provide social, emotional support within a culturally responsive sustaining framework.”
The issue of CRT has become a nationwide topic within the last year, affecting the Governor’s race in Virginia, as education became a major issue amongst voters, helping Youngkin upset Democrat Terry McAuliffe. CRT flipped a race that saw McAuliffe have a 10+ point lead in the polls just a month prior to election day.
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The New York State Department of Education said, “This system of inequity … which routinely confers advantage and disadvantage based on linguistic background, gender, skin color, and other characteristics– must be clearly understood, directly challenged, and fundamentally transformed.”
The bill provides a framework that will help assist in the “racial literacy skills” of students and “allowing,” for the further studying of the role race and language plays and or has played in development.
Amongst the other topics included in the funding is the opportunity for teachers to “receive training on topics like diversity, equity and inclusion.” Both of New York’s Senators, Kirsten Gillibrand, and Chuck Schumer, support the plan.
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