Study contradicts claims critical race theory isn’t in schools, over 90% students exposed to it
The study also found that CRT increased racial tension and anxiety among students
A recently published study suggests that the overwhelming majority of students in the United States have been exposed to at least one core principle of critical race theory (CRT) despite claims from many on the left that the curriculum is not taught in schools.
Researchers at the Manhattan Institute surveyed responses from more than 1,500 Americans recently out of high school ages 18 to 20, and 90% of respondents said they have heard at least one CRT concept from a teacher or adult at school, and 93% had been taught a core tenet of critical social justice (CSJ), a combination of CRT and radical gender ideology.
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