Oklahoma education board BANS Critical Race Theory from schools and threatens to revoke licenses of teachers who promote it | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Oklahoma education board BANS Critical Race Theory from schools and threatens to revoke licenses of teachers who promote it

Public school teachers in Oklahoma could have their teaching licenses suspended for teaching certain concepts about race and racism under new rules approved Monday by the State Board of Education.

With just one opposing vote, the board approved emergency rules to comply with a bill approved by the Republican-led legislature this year that purports to ban so-called 'Critical Race Theory.'

The new law prohibits public school teachers of grades K-12 from teaching eight different concepts about race, including that an individual, by virtue of his or race or sex, is inherently racist, sexist or oppressive, whether consciously or unconsciously.

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