Social justice program says teachers should ‘reject and resist’ parents who disagree with it

Dec 1, 2019 by

Image result for Corwin press logoCorwin official repeatedly dodged questions about the instruction

A social justice schooling program meant to train teachers in eliminating racial disparities between students also instructs them how to treat individuals who disagree with the program’s ideas, ordering them to “explicitly reject and resist” parents and other outsiders who take issue with the curriculum’s content.

A spokesperson for the company refused to directly address this mandate even after being asked about it multiple times.

The program, called “Deep Equity,” is offered by Corwin Press, a subsidiary of SAGE.  According to its website, the program was developed by Gary Howard, a self-proclaimed civil rights activist with experience in “social justice, equity, education, and diversity.”

Source: Social justice program says teachers should ‘reject and resist’ parents who disagree with it | The College Fix

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