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Parents ‘shocked' after California elementary school children taught about hierarchy of ‘privilege', critical race theory - media

1 month ago   |   By RT

A teacher at an elementary school in California outraged parents after reportedly making the young students engage in critical race theory and identity exercises where they had to confront their own “privilege" in a math class.
Journalist and filmmaker Christopher F. Rufo broke the news of the allegations this week, writing in his blog and in the City Journal about the controversy.
According to Rufo, the unnamed third-grade teacher at R.I. Meyerholz Elementary School in Cupertino, California - which has an Asian-American majority and is situated in a wealthy area - instructed the young...
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