Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp took a bold stand last Thursday when he issued a letter demanding that public schools in the state refrain from incorporating critical race theory (CRT) into course curricula. In the letter he asked the state Board of Education to “take immediate steps to ensure that Critical Race Theory and its dangerous ideology do not take root in our state standards or curriculum.”

Kemp’s memo also slammed the Biden administration for trying to funnel taxpayer dollars into a biased “blatantly partisan agenda in Georgia classrooms.” 

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