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Honesty In Education: CRT Debunked for Next Gen Educators

Unpack, what critical race theory is, what it isn't - and how Next Gen educators can fight to ensure that they are teaching the truth in our future classrooms.
Published: October 12, 2021

NEA's Aspiring Educators hosted a panel discussion in October with two incredible NEA leaders and activists on the topic of honesty in education. Participants learned more about “critical race theory,” the misinformation spread about it, and how incoming educators can ensure that future students are taught the truth.

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