Do teachers teach students how to think or do they teach students what to think?
You'll only know if you are in close contact with your children about what is happening in their classrooms. Listen to how they describe their classes and to the words they use. Are they coming home with "new" words? Are their explanations beginning to show bias?
This article, published in The Daily Signal, a publication of The Heritage Foundation, may open your eyes. The title, Keep Racist Critical Race Theory Ideology Out of K-12 Classrooms, will give you a heads-up.
Just attending a board meeting of the Richland 2 School District should put you on the edge of your chairs. Listen for words like discrimination, racism, injustice, equity, inclusion, cultural diversity.
Pay attention to who is speaking and whether the speaker is making sense to you. Do some speakers use many words but don't really say anything?