In May, Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) introduced a resolution “expressing the sense of the Senate that Critical Race Theory serves as a prejudicial ideological tool, rather than an educational tool, and should not be taught in K-12 classrooms as a way to teach students to judge individuals based on sex, race, ethnicity, or national origin.”

In S.Res.246, Sen. Scott resolves (among other things) that:

the Senate—

(1) condemns racism in all forms and calls on the people of the United States to eliminate racism and defend the civil rights of all individuals, including within our Nation’s education system;