Florida school district cancels professor’s over critical race theory
In Florida school district canceled professor’s Michael Butler was canceled over concerns of critical race theory Micheal Butler who teaches at Flagler College was scheduled to give a presentation at Osceola County School District teaching for elementary school teachers. The Professor said Butler was shocked to learn why the seminar had been canceled through an email Wednesday but that he wasn’t surprised because educators feel increasingly intimidated over teaching about race. In 24 hours of Micheal Butler cancellation legislation advanced in Florida state Senate committee to block public schools and private businesses from making people feel discomfort when they taught about race the bill also empower parents to sue schools that teach critical race theory.
A spokeswoman for DeSantis Christina Pushaw denied the allegation and pointed out that DeSantis had nothing to do with the local Osceola County controversy one of the most tangible examples of how the debate over critical race theory has reached public schools in Florida.
Critical Race Theory was made in the 1980’s that highlight the impacts of structural racism, including disparities among Black people and white people in American polices. Critical Race Theory was a shorthand for teaching white guilt in K-12 schools the debate over the teaching of racial history in K-12 schools began to heat up in 2020 parents learning what the kids was learning distance children.
The other bills 327 would forbid race or sex scapegoating and require impartial instruction on the historical oppression of a particular group of people based on race ethnicity class nationality religion or geographic region.