Critical Race Theory is the Schrodinger’s cat of public education–it’s both taught and yet somehow not taught in our Utah schools.
That’s the conundrum, isn’t it? How can so many people think a thing exists and yet doesn’t at the same time?
Let’s take a look at that question. For starters, CRT as a “theory” is not taught as a course subject to students. Your kids can sign up for classes with nebulous names like “Math 1” and “Freshman Success” but nothing that’s titled “Critical Race Theory” per se.
So if CRT is not taught as a theory, is there any other way it may show up in the classroom? Well, like Schrodinger’s cat, the only way CRT’s existence passes from the theoretical to the practical realm is if you open the box and look inside–in this case, the box is the school.
It’s not an easy box to open….
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