(DAILY WIRE) – A Missouri public school district shelled out $15,000 on curriculum development inspired by Critical Race Theory, the ideology that advances the idea that America is irredeemably rooted in racism.
Francis Howell School District in St. Charles County, Missouri, hired Dr. LaGarrett King in September 2020 for his “professional development and consultation services.” King is an associate professor of social education at the University of Missouri and the director of the university’s Carter Center for K-12 Black History Education.
According to a contract obtained by a concerned parents group, King was paid $15,000 for a slew of online and in-person consulting services and curriculum developments. He was specifically tasked with assisting a team of high school teachers to create an African American history course.
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