Parents in Montana’s Bozeman school district recently had the opportunity to attend an in-person board meeting for the 1st time in almost a year, and the parents who attended were not at a loss for words, especially on the subject of the board’s equity policy and its strong resemblance to Critical Race Theory (CRT).
CRT, seen by many as a program that divides, not unites, has been banned by over 20 states and is likely on the chopping block in several more. Montana’s Attorney General, Austin Knudsen, recently banned CRT in Montana public schools and labeled it discriminatory, which might be one of the reasons that the district’s equity policy was tabled after the meeting.
The school board meeting of a few days ago is the last scheduled board meeting for the current school year, but there is no time for Bozeman parents to rest on their laurels as board meetings for the 2021-2022 school year will commence in less than 2 weeks.
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