Educator Comes Forward, Shares ‘Very Clever Trick’ Schools Are Using to Sneak CRT Past Parents

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A powerful video was released this week including a bombshell allegation against principals and teachers.

An administrator for the largest public school district in Indiana says principals and teachers are “lying” to parents about critical race theory (CRT).

While they claim CRT isn’t being taught, Tony Kinnett says the controversial lessons are taught to children.

Kinnett co-founded the website Chalkboard Review and his video reviews the controversial content presented to students on a daily basis in various forms.

“We do have critical race theory in how we teach,” he said.

“We tell our teachers to treat students differently based on color.”

“We tell our students that every problem is a result of ‘white men,’ and that everything Western civilization built is racist. Capitalism is a tool of white supremacy.”

Watch Kinnett appearing on Fox News:

“There’s this very clever trick that a lot of administrators will pull,” Kinnett began.

“In education, there are two things that consist of learning: We have curriculum, which is what the students are learning; and then we have pedagogy, which is how it’s taught,” he continued.

“So we can officially tell parents, ‘We’re not teaching critical race theory. It’s not in the Indiana academic standards.’ But all of a sudden, the classroom door shuts, and the teacher starts teaching through a lens of this race essentialism that pits students against each other based on their color.”

“And if that doesn’t work, you really should look into electing a better school board that’s going to look to serve your community based on merit, not on color,” Kinnett continued.

“What kind of damage to the child’s brain does something like CRT do?” Jesse Watters of Fox News asked.

Kinnett responded, “It’s horrific.”

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“You get into high school courses where a teacher will open things up for discussion,” he added.

and ensure that whatever the subject matter is, that it’s presented through the thought processes behind critical race theory.