By John M. Ellis
June 22, 2021 Updated: June 23, 2021
There are some things we should all be able to agree upon when considering a curriculum for the schools.
First, we’d surely want it to be based on ideas and facts that are solid and settled, not the disputed theories of a fringe sect. Second, it should not be politically partisan, because nobody should want children to be pawns in political battles. And third, we’d want it not to stir up animosity—especially racial animosity—setting different groups of children against each other.