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Arkansas Governor Sanders Targets Critical Race Theory, Indoctrination In Schools In Executive Order

In one of her first acts as governor of Arkansas, Sarah Huckabee Sanders (R) has issued an executive order requiring the state to review its policies to remove teachings that “indoctrinate students with ideologies” such as critical race theory.

“Schools must educate, not indoctrinate students; and their education policies must protect children and prepare them to enter the workforce,” the executive order begins. “Teachers and school administrators should teach students how to think—not what to think.”

“Critical Race Theory (CRT) is antithetical to the traditional American values of neutrality, equality, and fairness. It emphasizes skin color as a person’s primary characteristic, thereby resurrecting segregationist values, which America has fought so hard to reject,” the executive order explains. “It is the policy of this administration that CRT, discrimination, and indoctrination have no place in Arkansas classrooms… Government policies must empower parents to make decisions for their children and foster curriculum transparency in classrooms across the state.”

The executive order notes that both the “Constitution of the State of Arkansas and the Constitution of the United States of America recognize the equal value of every individual, and provide equal protection under the law, regardless of color, creed, race, ethnicity, sex, age, marital status, familial status, disability, religion, and national origin.”

The executive order directs the Secretary of the Department of Education to review “the rules, regulations, policies, materials, and communications of the Department of Education to identify any items that may, purposely or otherwise, promote teaching that would indoctrinate students with ideologies, such as CRT, that conflict with the principle of equal protection under the law or encourage students to discriminate against someone based on the individual’s color, creed, race, ethnicity, sex, age, marital status, familial status, disability, religion, national origin, or any other characteristic protected by federal or state law.”

It additionally instructs the Secretary “that if any items are found to conflict with the principle of equal protection under the law, then the Secretary is instructed to amend, annul, or alter those rules, regulations, policies, materials, or communications to remove the prohibited indoctrination.”

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