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Ohio is the latest state in which lawmakers have introduced legislation to ban the teaching of far-left critical race theory (CRT) in public schools, this time with the added step of protecting a teacher’s right to refuse to promote gender-fluid ideology. HB 322 forbids school officials from requiring that educators “discuss current events or widely debated and currently controversial issues of public policy or social affairs” (and requires that teachers who choose to do so “strive to explore such issues from diverse and contending perspectives”); requiring students to engage in political lobbying or protesting for class credit; or teaching that any race or sex is inherently superior, shameful, or oppressive, that members of different races shouldn’t engage each other in a color-blind manner, that present members of one race bear responsibility for the past crimes of others, that hard work is a concept inherently belonging to or at odds with any one races, or that slavery was not merely a grievous sin of past Americans, but was fundamentally intertwined with the United States’ founding principles.

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