DPI: Lookout for “White Racial Entitlement and Dominance” in Special Needs Classrooms.
It’s the next step in the Department of Public Instruction’s quest to turn K-12 students into racists.
By: Sloan Rachmuth, Dec 9, 2021
Special needs students in North Carolina’s public schools will now receive targeted Black Lives Matters and Critical Race Theory (CRT) interventions as a way to help them “manage emotions, set and reach positive goals, and feel empathy.”
The DPI administers public school laws at the direction of the State Board of Education and Superintendent Catherine Truitt. Critical Race Theory (CRT) is now part of all twelve academic subjects in K-12 via a program called Social-Emotional Learning (SEL). According to DPI’s website, SEL is used as a “lever for equity.”
In math, reading, and science classes, students will learn these non-academic Marxist principles:
- Resisting selfishness for the collective
- Engaging in identity exploration and coming to a resolution about one’s own identity
- Examining the importance of collective identities
- Recognizing one’s biases and deriving constructive meanings of social identities
But for students with special learning needs, DPI recommends Black Lives Matters material and Critical Race Theory (CRT) teachings as a way to help get them on the right track.
From the Behavior Support section of DPI’s website:
DPI’s Behavior Support site links special needs teachers to SEL resources, which contain the following incendiary passages:
Is the author of the training guide referring to CASEL’s funders Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates? These two white elites are exploiting 7.9 billion people of every color all around the world.
Here’s another gem from CASEL SEL:
By problematic “norms,” the authors at CASEL mean the undergirding of the American legal system and Jude-Christian values.
Reading through these Behavior Support materials, it is clear that every child in the state’s schools will be racially traumatized if teachers follow DPI’s cookbook. Almost all of these behavior resources emphasize the importance of teaching white children how they benefit from White privilege.
Despite the fact that the DPI website clearly shows CRT lesson plans, Superintendent Truitt maintains that she opposes it.