The state of Alaska has not passed any laws regarding the teaching of CRT at any level. The debate has heated up in the summer of 2021, with Kenai and Anchorage school districts adopting some elements of CRT into their curricula, and pushback among parents and citizens. A bill has been pre-filed for the next legislative session to address CRT in schools.
Alaska teachers among those who signed pledge that no law will stop them from teaching Critical Race Theory (https://mustreadalaska.com/alaska-teachers-among-those-who-signed-pledge-that-no-law-will-stop-them-from-teaching-critical-race-theory/)
Kenai Officials: Critical Race Theory Not Part of Curriculum (https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/alaska/articles/2021-07-14/kenai-officials-critical-race-theory-not-part-of-curriculum)
Anchorage School District quietly removes Critical Race Theory reading list (https://mustreadalaska.com/anchorage-school-district-quietly-removes-critical-race-theory-reading-list/)
Anchorage School District plunges into ‘critical race theory’ with racism reading list (https://mustreadalaska.com/anchorage-school-district-plunges-into-critical-race-theory-with-racism-reading-list/)
The Anchorage School Board has passed anti-racism and instructional equity policies. What happens next? (https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/education/2021/04/25/the-anchorage-school-board-has-passed-anti-racism-and-instructional-equity-policies-what-happens-next/)
Rep. McKay prefiles bill relating to Critical Race Theory in Alaska schools (https://mustreadalaska.com/rep-mckay-prefiles-bill-relating-to-critical-race-theory-in-alaska-schools/)