White Parents Rallied To Chase A Black Educator Out Of Town. Then, They Followed Her To The Next One.
Cecelia Lewis was asked to apply for a Georgia school district’s first-ever administrator job devoted to diversity, equity and inclusion. A group of parents — coached by local and national anti-CRT groups — had other plans.
What Increasingly Partisan And Venomous Wisconsin School Board Races Reveal About American Elections
As traditionally nonpartisan school board campaigns become polarized battlegrounds, voters in next week’s Wisconsin races may set the tone for how contentious races across the country will become this year.
A Push To Remove LGBTQ Books In One County Could Signal Rising Partisanship On School Boards
A Texas county’s refusal to remove two books from the children’s section of the library sparked a yearslong political battle. Now school board races have taken on a deeply partisan tone, and elections serve as a purity test for far-right politics.