Iowa’s parents are hearing more and more stories about how critical race theory is being taught in schools – instructing children to think of the U.S. as inherently racist and pitting races against one another, instead of bridging the divide.
In the Iowa House this past week, significant debate broke out over HF802, a bill that would ban critical race theory indoctrination in Iowa’s public schools. The FAMiLY Leader’s Chuck Hurley, Nathan Oppman, and Danny Carroll discuss highlights of the debate and how it’s impacting Iowa’s larger debate about parental choice in education:
In the video, Nathan mentioned a subcommittee hearing on HF802, currently scheduled for 1:30 p.m. CT on Tuesday, March 23. The meeting is open to anyone with a Zoom account. To participate, use this link. The meeting ID# is 936 8563 0228, passcode: 890769.