Curriculum transparency

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Curriculum transparency is a grassroots effort by parents to learn more about what is being taught to their children in the wake of controversies over what is being taught in secret to students in classrooms and universities.

Curriculum transparency has been cast by opponents as a reaction to Critical Race Theory, but secrecy in school curriculum has been a challenge for parents for several decades.