Over the past three years, parents have become increasingly concerned about the material being taught to their children in K-12 classrooms. CRT was one of several issues being brought to the forefront. Georgia, along with other red states, passed legislation to prevent the teaching of problematic ideas on race issues in America, arguing that educators were teaching children to judge one another by their skin color.
In the video, Teaching Lab Director Dr. Quinton Bostic is seen boasting about helping school districts get around the state’s ban on teaching elements of CRT in the classroom via the curriculum he created. He sells this curriculum to various districts.
Having lost his teaching license around 2017, he now works for Teaching Lab, a nonprofit organization focusing on education, as a content manager. The organization has a $15 million budget which is used to develop more “equitable” curriculums.”