(POST MILLENNIAL) – A New York school superintendent and avid backer of critical race theory was voted out by his school board this week. The decision was taken after anger from parents boiled over on Martin Cox’s plan for a diversity task force coupled with their displeasure on how he handled other duties.
Critical race theory critic Christopher Rufo raised the story on Twitter, stating: "A school board in Rockland County, New York, forces the resignation of superintendent Martin Cox, who was pushing for a critical race theory-based curriculum."
Local reporter Samantha Crawford, who was present when Cox was voted out as superintendent, corroborated the story Tuesday night. The vote by the Clarkstown Board of Education in Rockland County voted in favor of his dismissal five to one.
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