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School Counselors Association in Pennsylvania Backs CRT in Classrooms

School Counselors Association in Pennsylvania Backs CRT in Classrooms

“The Pennsylvania School Counselors Association is promoting the controversial Critical Race Theory (CRT) for its members across the state.”

Lots of people who work in education are ignoring the concerns and demands of parents. They’re just doing what they want to do.

The Delaware Valley Journal reports:

PA School Counselors Association Backs CRT in Classrooms

While Delaware Valley parents are fighting against a race-based curriculum used by teachers and educators, their kids’ school counselors have embraced it in a big way.

The Pennsylvania School Counselors Association is promoting the controversial Critical Race Theory (CRT) for its members across the state.

Although the words Critical Race Theory do not appear, the texts and study guides the association recommends on its “Equity and Anti-Racism” webpage make it clear that the PSCA endorses the controversial dogma wholeheartedly.

CRT teaches students that all White people are inherently racist and participate in race-based societal oppression, regardless of their actions or beliefs. Among the materials promoted by the state’s school counselor organization are books by radical CRT activists Ibram X. Kendi and Robin DiAngelo.

Kendi’s book, “How To Be an Antiracist,” is part of the recommended reading. “The only remedy to racist discrimination is antiracist discrimination. The only remedy to past discrimination is present discrimination. The only remedy to present discrimination is future discrimination,” Kendi writes.

DiAngelo teaches that all White people are white supremacists. “White identity is inherently racist; White people do not exist outside the system of white supremacy,” DiAngelo writes in “White Fragility,” a book the PSCA urges school counselors to read.

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Any guidance counselor that my children, or my grandchildren for that matter, ever encountered perfectly fit the definition of “useless” and “lost”.. If you can’t teach, teach gym. If you can’t teach gym, become a school administrator. If you can’t become an administrator, become a guidance counselor.

henrybowman | July 29, 2021 at 1:13 am

This is the same CRT that we have been assured is not being deployed in K-8, right?
Just checking.

caseoftheblues | July 29, 2021 at 3:16 pm

School counselors have long been thought by many to be among the worst trained and least effective members in the field of psychology …
I guess openly advocating for the daily psychological, mental and emotional abuse of a population of children based solely on physical traits they have no control over will lock in “the absolute worst” as their permanent descriptor.

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