A Virginia school board spent tens of thousands on critical race theory coaching last year, according to newly revealed public documents.
The Loudon County Public Schools paid $34,000 for 55 hours of coaching that contrasted concepts such as “White Individualism” with “Color Group Collectivism,” according to a report.
The documents, obtained by a parent using freedom of information legislation, show that the cash went to Equity Collaborative, a consulting firm that offers coaching on critical race theory.
“Under ‘Establishing Inclusion’ and ‘Developing a Positive Attitude,’ every culture is excluded except for Black Americans and Latino Americans,” Shawntel Cooper told Fox News. “We shouldn’t be excluding anyone.”
Cooper is the mother of two biracial students in Loudoun schools, and a fierce opponent of critical race theory.
“They’re there to learn,” she said. “The school board needs to keep religion, sexuality and politics out of school.”