Kansas lawmakers want schools to post class lessons online as tool against critical race theory

Under a proposed Parents' Bill of Rights, Kansas K-12 schools and libraries would no longer be exempt from obscenity laws, opening them to potential criminal charges if they distribute material found to be harmful to minors. Photo credit Celia Llopis-Jepsen/Kansas News Service.

By Suzanne Perez

In the battle over critical race theory and how to teach about topics like racism or history in Kansas schools, conservative activists and lawmakers have a new clarion call: curriculum transparency.