FIRST ON FOX: The temperature in Loudoun County, Virginia, is about to get hotter as an anti-critical School board member Beth Barts is set to appear in court Monday in response to a recall petition months in the making. Fight for Schools PAC, led by former Trump administration official and Loudoun resident Ian Prior, continues working to gather enough signatures to recall several other .(CRT) organization launches $500,000 worth of ads criticizing the school board, Fox News has learned. The ads purchased by the Free to Learn Coalition are set to air during the Washington Football Team’s Sunday game and on local broadcast networks for the . For over a year, Loudoun has seen an increasingly tense political atmosphere explode over so-called that some residents see as a form of CRT indoctrination.
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spent nearly half a million to develop a divisive curriculum promoted by political activists,” says a female narrator. The narrator added, “when parents spoke up, officials threatened to silence them.” That was about a tweet from the Minority Student Achievement Advisory Committee within Loudoun County (LCPS). It also features Tanner Cross and Laura Morris – two teachers who publicly protested the . Cross, for example, was suspended for opposing gender-related proposals and fought to keep his job in a months-long .through a litany of criticisms that have been lobbed at the board in its high-profile battle over CRT. “Loudoun County, Virginia
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Free to Learn’s ad ends by saying, “Let’s get politics out of the classroom.” The ad is part of a $1 million effort past year in response to racial content in education. Others include Parents Against Critical Theory, 1776 Action, Oregonians for Liberty, Educators for Quality and Equality, Parents Defending Education, 1776 Project, Fight for Schools PAC, and No Left Turn in Education. Defenders argue that CRT-type training helps enhance dominant groups’ understanding and empathy of the oppressed experience regularly. These activities have also been promoted as ways to “dismantle” or weaken alleged structures imposing burdens through bias and discrimination.on in June. Free to Learn Coalition, a 501(c)3 tax-exempt group, was just one of many organizations to start over the
Loudoun County Public Schools then-interim superintendent Scott Ziegler said earlier this year: “In explaining LCPS’ equity priorities, it might be helpful to state what they are not. and staff into a particular philosophy or theory. They are an effort to provide a welcoming, inclusive, affirming environment for all students.” “LCPS’ work on equity is a journey that staff commitment at all levels. I feel the staff’s work, which has been sustained, honest, and undertaken in good faith, has been misrepresented public members,” he added.