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Critical Race Theory And Sex Ed Addressed at Columbia County School Board Meeting

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Critical race theory and sexual material in schools were among the matters addressed during the public participation portion of the regular Columbia County Board of Education meeting on Tuesday.

Eric Feldkamp spoke before the board about Panorama, an education software service, at one point inte...

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  1. In response to public requests, the CCBOE adjusted its agenda to provide for Public Participation before its Executive Session. Previously, Public Participation had been scheduled after the Executive Session. Such scheduling had resulted in Public Participation’s occurring near meeting’s end.

  2. kids should be taught reading writing and arithmetic..they will get their life lessons when they are older. To bombard them with political propaganda (no matter which side it comes from) is counter to what school is for..people make up their minds on what to believe by their own experiences. Impressionable minds do not need to be filled with political garbage…

  3. WORDS THAT HAVE NO EASY MEANING OR CAN BE INTREPRETED IN ANY WAY THAT SUITS THE PROPONENT: CRT; PEDAGOGY; critical pedagogy; SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING; WOKISM….the learned elite are raining down new theories….STOP IT … in a true educational system like Col Co that teaches the basics R-W-A …. there need be no confounding new teaching theories.

  4. I think President Biden has nailed it when it comes to race issues in our schools and I stand by President Biden !

    ” I don’t want my kids going to school in a racial jungle . ” ( President Biden )

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