Parents of Loudoun County public school students have been asked to sign a type of nondisclosure agreement (NDA) to view a curriculum connected to a group known to push critical race theory, the Washington Examiner reported.
America’s wealthiest county, Loudoun County, Virginia, has been mired in debate on teaching critical race theory in public schools, and a group of parents has been challenging the idea of teaching the controversial curriculum in the Loudoun County School District.
Parents who wish to review the “Second Step” curriculum must sign the NDA and acknowledge that the presentation of the material is “not a public event” and that “copying, broadcast or recording of any kind is prohibited.”
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