Tell me why being told you can't tell your students they need to apologize for slavery and Jim Crow because they are white and thus should feel guilt for them if they want full credit in your class is a necessary or proper part of curricula. Or teaching them melanin theory as a factual truth and requiring them to write essays in support of it. Those are examples of 2/3 tenets prohibited by the Idaho anti-CRT bill.
The problem with this is that you have to find examples of people actually teaching that and then cross reference that with the actual Tenets of CRT. Tenets of CRT usually state that this nation has racism woven into their very laws. That's what I've read time and time again when I look at it. I've yet to see "White America needs to get down on their knees and profusely apologize to blacks".
In fact, the only time I see any talk like that is when Republican Interpretations/Anti-CRT Interpretations are talked about. Citing something from an admitted contratrain viewpoint (and you can't get more contratian than a bill against a movement) doesn't really prove anything positive.
Kind of like the Death Panels that the Right kept trying to label the Democrats as Supporting. Or the Black Lives Matter movement. Or how equal rights for LGBTQ will directly lead to the downfall of the American Family, Society, and the like. But sure, let's keep at it. It's led to understanding and unity before.
I'm not arguing they are incorrect facts, I'm arguing they are opinions and therefore it's inappropriate to teach them as facts. You know, like how you'd respond if someone was trying to teach alt-right politics in schools.
That in itself is an opinion that isn't wholly based on fact.
I can't count how many times I've posted laws, societal norms, and articles devoted to how political parties in the past and in the present wrote laws to disadvantage minorities while profiting from it. There are at least 7-8 in this thread alone. You not believing in them doesn't invalidate the impact they have on other people's lives. Just like you not believing in the sun doesn't make it false. I mean great... but it's there.
You can choose to accept the reality of it, or you can not. Free world. But you can't say they are opinions when you look at documents of the law and the societal situations we're referencing and just say "Merely opinion, these legally passed bills that were used to enforce certain differing treatment on a certain group of peoples"