Parents Against Critical Theory

Sourced Documents #1

The “Culturally Responsive Framework” is essentially the blueprint Loudoun County Public Schools will be following as they continue to roll-out Critical Race Theory.

This “Plan to Combat Systemic Racism” in Loudoun County Public Schools is their initial framework to identify actions and opportunities to “combat systemic racism”.

This slide deck was presented by the Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent that provides student benchmarking and performance stats by race.

This slide deck was provided by the Loudoun County Public Schools Equity Committee and provides an overview of the “equity” journey.

This slide deck was presented by the Loudoun County Public Schools Equity Office and provides content on how staff/teachers will support equity and a culturally responsive environment.

Loudoun County Public Schools has (113) “Equity Leads” throughout the (95) schools.  Some schools have (1) “Equity Lead” whereas (19) other schools have (2) “Equity Leads”.  Unsure at this time why some schools have (1) or (2) “Equity Leads”.

“Leading with Equity” covers many areas, however, it also provides some insight on how they intended to create an “Equity Army”.  Loudoun County Public Schools has (350+) “Equity Commandos”.  Approximately (130) paid, and the remainder are volunteers, nominated or elected.

Loudoun County Public Schools strategic goals for recruitment of a high performing diverse workforce.

Loudoun County Public Schools Equity Committee “Handbook”.

Loudoun County Public Schools Student Equity Ambassador Club presentation by the Equity Office.  This is the very topic that Parents Against Critical Theory filed a lawsuit against Loudoun County Public Schools over.

Loudoun County Public Schools Diversity Hiring Practices presented by the Equity Committee.  People of any race cannot be forced to apply for any job, and yet the low black applicant numbers are somehow still consider racist.

Loudoun County Public Schools Equity Committee draft of a new “Equity Policy” for the 2021/2022 school year.