Florida's all-out assault on academic freedom in higher ed.
There is a bright line distinction between what adults learn on college campuses that they choose to attend, and what children are taught in near ubiquitous public schools without their parents' knowledge or permission. I think you would do well to clarify both the effect and motivation of efforts to address each separately. I am not in favor of cancel culture or limitations on free expression when it comes to adults, however I have very serious concerns about what minors who are unable to meaningfully consent, are taught in their public schools.
Rufo makes me happy FIRE is around to push back against left-wing illiberalism on campus in a fairer, more effective, and more truly liberal way than he does.
There was an interesting article in National Review from an author that was able to see the teacher’s guide from this AP course. The Governor is correct in saying this course is materially biased and Marxist, with no balancing arguments.
Now I understand that the author of this blog is a socialist, and I subscribe to get an alternative point of view and I appreciate the references. But there is a reason the governor was elected with a 20 margin.