No, while our history is tragic, as it comes to K-12 education, social theory won't help them. Understanding of what has happened on a factual basis can help individuals come to their own conclusions and offer a good discourse between different groups.
Yes, But we as a society cannot get rid of racism or discrimination if we just see differences instead of accepting that everyone is at least human and deserves equality and fair treatment for their actions regardless of race
No Kids should not be raised learning about critical race theory. They should still understand their is people with different color skin and they should be proud of who they are and celebrate each other's differences.
These are stupid answers. Critical race theory is applicable to an extent, but children and even teenagers will take it the wrong way. Kids can be extreme and brutal on both sides. The idea of the concept can be touchy, but to push it would be wrong.
Well your trying to sound like a nazi eugenics education program from the third reich congrats. Teaching and raising them to be racially color blind is good but we should also teach the entirety of American history as a whole and not segregate it
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