Idaho’s State Senate has banned critical race theory in schools after Republican lawmakers claimed its teachings ‘indoctrinate’ students.
The state Senate passed a controversial bill Monday banning teachers and other staff at public schools, charter schools and universities from discussing with their students belief systems that claim racism or sexism are responsible for past actions in history.
Monday’s vote sailed past the Republican-controlled Senate with 28-7 in favor of the bill, reported Idaho News.
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