Nonprofit organization PEN America, which identifies its directive as to “raise awareness for the protection of free expression” in the United States and worldwide, has released its list of banned […]
Community and nonprofit resources in Dallas are providing a fuller perspective on specialized subjects to students, with the African-American Museum, STEM Center of Excellence at Camp Whispering Cedars, and Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center providing a more immersive and narrative experience.
By Brian Lopez Originally appeared in the Texas Tribune Texas banned more books from school libraries this past year than any other state in the nation, targeting titles centering on […]
By: David Carr Teachers and educators really have had a tough go of it in the past few years. From their crash course in technology so they could teach remotely, […]
By Steven Monacelli A meeting of the Dallas Independent School District Board of Trustees this past March provided a striking illustration of the deep political divides that have manifested around […]
The banning of Black books is making the headlines again. This time, it’s because some parents are claiming all types of Black books — like picture book biographies of Civil Rights leaders — are teaching critical race theory.
Byline: Blair Krassen Following months of discussion on the topic, a new law banning “critical race theory” in Texas public schools was officially passed on December 2. According to CBS […]