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.
No, teaching a group of people they are literally, inherently evil will only serve to make them give up and just be evil instead.
No, there is only one race. The human race. This is what should be taught. All other races do not exist.
The Human race is a species, like everything else it can be divided. And if taught this they could realize how incredibly one sided this world is. You sound incredibly ignorant right now. And a 9th grader just told you how society works.
No, conflict theory in general is heavily flawed in terms of historiography. Conflict theorists, of which Critical Race Theory is a part of, set out not to show events as they were, but to prove a point. Conflict theorists like those who wrote the 1619 Project downplay examples of unity or outright ignore them at best and create utter lies at worst. Take for example the now deleted claim from the 1619 Project that among the chief causes of the American revolution was the rising sentiment of abolition in Great Britain. This claim was found to be so fraudulent that the New York Times had to
Yes. Covered in High School and as presented as a theory / part of a greater curriculum focused on discrimination as it occurs globally across cultures. Everyone has the capacity to be racist / discriminatory regardless of your race, orientation, or beliefs. The topic should be aimed at addressing the underlying biases that created the current situation (so it can be fixed) and not at exasperating the situation by reinforcing "us" and "them" dynamics in our society. We are 1 people of diverse backgrounds, what caused what we are experiencing today and how can we fix it without perpetuating the problem?
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