Bill would keep CRT out of classrooms

Wyoming Senate President Dan Dockstader is co-sponsoring a bill with Wyoming Senator Ogden Driskill to fight back against Critical Race Theory in Wyoming. Critical race theory examines social, cultural, and legal issues primarily as they relate to race and racism in the US. Driskill’s Civics Transparency Act, currently in draft form with the Legislative Service Office, would give “parents the tools to know what is being taught in their children’s classrooms and prevent the indoctrination found in the critical race theory curriculum. Driskill’s efforts would establish Wyoming as a leader among states in keeping critical race theory out of classrooms while ensuring full transparency as to what is being taught on a day-to-day basis. Driscol explains that he intends for this legislation to “reinforce that no one race is inherently better or worse than the other, but that in America the human race is just as the U.S. Constitution says — equal. Dockstader adds, “We cannot stand by and let America’s history be rewritten. We honor facts, we learn history, good and bad, and we recognize that Wyoming is the Equality State.”


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