Political, race-related and gender-related expression surrounding major national headlines has catalyzed a surge of sanction attempts from 2016 onward. Almost two-thirds of sanction attempts resulted in sanction, including 225 terminations.
Most anti-CRT legislation targets K12 and higher education, a new report by CRT Forward suggests. As a result, faculty and school leadership is walking on eggshells over the thought of being sued by parents in the community.
Under the policy, tenured faculty members would be subject to review every five years based on several factors, most notably their cooperation with the law which aims to keep colleges from "indoctrinating" students with divisive concepts such as race and white privilege. Those who receive poor reviews could face termination.