NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE
omorrow, California’s Department of Education will vote on a proposed Ethnic-Studies Model Curriculum. If members vote in the affirmative, it could become mandatory in all of California’s K–12 public schools. I wrote about the curriculum’s early drafts last week, but we now know that the latest 894-page version is the final one. It was hoped that the process of revision would temper the radicalism of the first few iterations, but those hopes have been dashed.
Perhaps the most astounding part of the proposed curriculum is the section that deals with religion. Students are to be taught that white Christian settlers committed …