CHARLOTTE – This is becoming far too common; yet another cache of lesson plans and materials has been obtained showing the explicit preaching of Critical Race Theory and other Woke dogma in our public schools. This time it is Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS), a veteran district when it comes to Woke Education, that is pushing
This time, though, teachers are sounding the alarm. Brett Jensen of WBT Radio in Charlotte published a report on ‘Social Justice Homerooms’ in a Charlotte-area high school that essentially amount to home base for Woke indoctrination based on race and the tents of Critical Race Theory.
“It’s a Thursday morning at Ardrey Kell High School in the Ballantyne Area of Charlotte, and a teacher walks into what has been designated as their “Social Justice Homeroom,” to begin that week’s lesson and discussions on what can be an extremely sensitive, and even controversial, topic.
For the teachers that have an expertise in science, math, English, foreign language, but with little to no background in areas of social justice or race relations, are required to engage their students on topics such as coming out as a member of the LGBTQ+ community, how to become an activist or how a student is essentially inherently biased in thoughts and actions.
These weekly lessons, many of which fall under the hot-button issue known as Critical Race Theory (CRT), are mandatory, at least at Ardrey Kell.
WBT News obtained over a dozen of the lesson plans and PowerPoint slides provided by Charlotte-Mecklenburg Public Schools and those created from within the school. However, each parent interviewed for this story was unaware these topics, and many others, were taught to kids in 9th-12th grades this school year.
Many of the discussions have made a large section of teachers uneasy by being forced to teach and discuss these types of topics.
“It’s gone on too long,” said one CMS high school teacher speaking on the condition of anonymity for fear of losing their job. “Other districts and other states have people coming forward (to speak out). I’m tired of being told I have to do this and feeling really uncomfortable with it.” […]”