Grady Hutcherson, president of the Wyoming Education Association, has mixed feelings on the Civics Transparency Act, a bill recently introduced by state Sens. Ogden Driskill, R-Devils Tower, and Dan Dockstader, R-Afton, to address concerns about critical race theory being taught in Wyoming K-12 classrooms.

The bill would require school districts to publish their curricula on their websites so as to make it easier for parents to see what their children are learning in school, and it would also require students be taught “the principles principles set forth in the first and second paragraphs and the last sentence of the declaration of independence and in article 1, sections 2 and 3 and article 6, section 1 of the Wyoming Constitution,” according to the bill’s current text. Those provisions would allow for teachers to highlight these points:

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