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CRITICAL RACE THEORY

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Three educators agree that most teachers in South Dakota do not subscribe to the tenets of critical race theory.
The bill that South Dakota's governor signed into law on Monday does limit seven so-called "divisive concepts" from being foisted upon students in orientations or trainings on the state's public universities or technical school campuses.
But the Senate voted 27-8 to approve the standalone campus bill, prohibiting certain divisive topics from university staff and student orientation and trainings. The measure, which has already passed the House, now goes to Gov. Kristi Noem's desk.
While Senate Education Chair Blake Curd, R-Sioux Falls, suggested he may withhold support from the bill on the Senate floor, his committee voted 4-3 to pass a bill that supporters say imposes restrictions on higher education training but leaves off-limits the professor's classroom.

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