Are districts doing enough to fight bias and hate speech?
from District Administration Magazine
District leaders are increasingly under the microscope for allowing hate speech and implicit bias in education to fester on their campuses, with some schools facing the likelihood of lawsuits. In Virginia, the state attorney general's office recently launched an investigation into Loudoun County Public Schools for allegedly failing to provide African-American students equal access to programs and for not doing enough to combat incidents of racist bullying and "hostile learning environments" for students of color, reported the Washington Post.
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