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Washington School District Votes in Favor of Race-Based Discipline Policy


The war against critical race theory rages on.

Parents of students at a Washington school district may need to prepare for a new student discipline policy that punishes their children based upon the color of their skin.

Jason Rantz from KTTH Radio shared an alarming video on Twitter of a Washington school board discussing its new “culturally responsive” discipline policy for students.

The new policy would punish students, not based on their conduct exclusively, but with the student’s racial background in mind.

Essentially this means that a white student could face harsher punishment for misconduct that is identical to that of a black or Hispanic student.

This new policy now threatens every school district in Washington after democrats passed a law that institutionalizes critical race theory as a means for student discipline.

Check out this video of the school board discussing the new race-based discipline program, which they ultimately voted in favor of:

The members voted on the policy at the end.

By a vote of 3-2, they voted in favor of the racist policy:

As it turns out, institutional racism is real…

Here’s the story from MyNorthwest:

A Washington school board butted heads over a new student discipline policy that considers a student’s race before deciding on a punishment.

The Clover Park School District debated its new “culturally responsive” student discipline policy. It means student discipline would not be consistent based on conduct. Instead, a school considers a student’s race and background. It would likely offer harsher punishments to white students, even if the conduct is identical to that of a Black or Hispanic student.

The disparate treatment is championed in the name of inclusion. But it’s not just a Clover Park School District controversy.

The culturally responsive policy impacts every Washington school district after Democrats passed a law institutionalizing critical race theory in student discipline.

National File with more on the video debate:

In the video, the school board members disagreed on the policy. Two of those speaking in the video expressed concern with the idea that students should be treated differently based on things that are outside of their control, such as their race and cultural background. One of the school board members who pushed back said that “if we both did the same thing, we should get the same consequence”, referring to the idea that two students of different racial groups or cultural backgrounds advocating should be disciplined equally as opposed to race-based school discipline.

However, the policy passed after the dissenters were outvoted three to two.


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