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AACTE released this commissioned report in October 2022, a comprehensive overview of proposed an enacted censorship in education impacting educators, students, and training for the next generation of teachers.
The author explores four themes: the erasure of ethno-racial diversity in schools through restrictive teaching, the erasure of sex, gender, and LGBTQ+ diversity in schools through restrictive teaching, distorted narratives through whistle-blown language, and funding. This report focuses on the implications of such legislation for institutions of higher education (IHEs) but includes implications for P-12 education and teaching as well as the field at large. It concludes with a call to action for educational stakeholders, including but not limited to educators, administrators, parents, and IHE faculty and staff.