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Think your calls and emails don't matter? Here's an update on Critical Race Theory:

While the fight is never over, parents and concerned citizens have succeeded in stopping the Federal Government from requiring Critical Race Theory in grant programs. Instead of being mandated, it will be "encouraged."


On July 16, the Department of Education said the Federal grant program "... has not, does not, and will not dictate or recommend specific curriculum be introduced or taught in classrooms. Those decisions are – and will continue to be – made at the local level."

This was NOT the result of the Biden Administration changing its mind. The change was forced by grassroots conservatives like you who submitted a flood of public comments. Through your actions and those of people across America, the Federal Register Rule-making page was viewed 71,675 times, and 35,375 people commented on the proposed rule.


For more information, read this.

And for an update on how CRT is faring in polls, see this.

LOCALLY, here's an update from Moore County GOP:

Critical Race Theory: A vote to stringently prevent Critical Race Theory in Moore County schools curricula passed on a 6-1 vote July 12 during a meeting of the Board of Education.

Mask mandates: The board voted 7-0 to override Governor Roy Cooper's school mask mandate - which is scheduled to expire at the end of July - and make masks optional in Moore County schools. The masks-optional component would be voted on in the August board meeting.


Student Surveys: The board voted against a motion to terminate a student survey platform by third party provider Panorama, which imposes Social Emotional Learning on students and parents. The board voted 4-3 to retain Panorama, prevailing in the war on using surveying to condition children to be victims of their environments. Member Stacey Caldwell said it is justified because 900 school districts nationwide subscribe to Panorama products. Member David Hensley said children and parents must be free to opt-out of surveys.

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