Tomorrow evening, the Paso Robles school district will revisit a resolution which would ban the teaching of critical race theory in the school district. School board president Chris Arend wrote the resolution.
During the last school board meeting, trustee Nate Williams said critical race theory is not being taught in Paso Robles schools. Then, a parent spoke about his son’s experience, getting a major dose of critical race theory during a class taught at Paso Robles high school by a Cuesta college instructor.
Tomorrow night, the school board revisits the controversial theory that whites are oppressors and people of color are oppressed in the United States.
Public comment will be limited to 20 minutes.
We’ll have more on the issue tomorrow here on KPRL.