A history scholar sees leeway and loopholes in a wave of new state laws that seek to control what teachers can say about racism in America’s past.
A historian of education policy says the dramatic drop in history test scores among the nation’s eighth graders was a predictable result.
A new database shows that efforts to ban critical race theory are pervasive throughout the United States.
A college readiness scholar says the new Advanced Placement course in African American Studies has been weakened by political pressure from the right.
AP teachers could find themselves at odds with laws that restrict how they can teach about racism in America’s past.
Lawmakers are seeking to downplay the role that slavery played in the development of the United States, but history tells a different story.
A scholar of literature sees striking parallels between contemporary book bans in the US and those that took place in South Africa during apartheid.
If Texas Gov. Greg Abbott had his way, the state’s past of lynching Blacks would be taught as an exception rather than the rule. History tells a different story.
A vital step in achieving the kind of action and change that CRT proposes is for each of us to be intentional and steadfast in our convictions to dismantle racist and oppressive power structures.
A scholar compares the debates over banning books in school today to a similar clash of ideas that took place during the Reagan era.
Critical race theory is often distorted by GOP politicians and pundits to stir up its Trump base. But CRT is needed more, not less, argues one legal scholar, to explain American racial disparities.
‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin,’ the best seller of the 19th century, is not a relic from the past. The complex Uncle Tom figure still has a hold over Black politics.