The bill has the standard blocking of "divisive concepts." In other words, you can't suggest structural racism is a real and persistent force in America, despite evidence of this point. Doesn't matter if it's true as long as it's "divisive."
FWIW the best evidence we have is that diversifying the teaching pool generates positive outcomes, especially when it comes to reducing gaps in student performance
Went looking for more context...and yeah, that's not great
Dec 26, 2021
The idea that something is a "cultural identity marker" means that people attribute some non-instrumental symbolic value to it. Seems like the people who are willing to risk illness, death and the infection of others to do something are the ones more driven by cultural values.
Dec 19, 2021
Going from "we need a 10 year costs for the bill" or "work requirements for the CTC" to "no, I can't support anything" - on Fox - doesn't seem like a good-faith negotiation process.
Dec 14, 2021