This ‘white-supremacy culture’ training is far worse than nonsense

Is Chancellor Richard Carranza trying to fight school bias — or standards of any kind? Judging from the seminars he has forced on top Department of Education officials, it’s the latter. It’s not just the slide shown in Tuesday’s Post, which outlines how “white-supremacy culture” includes such concepts as “objectivity” and “worship of the written...
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