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  • APPLIED CRITICAL RACE THEORYKEY TENETS TO RESEARCH APPLYING CRT IN CRT REVIEW THE CLASSROOM Primary Lenses: Authentic Caring- HoldingCentrality of high expectations as well as providing a high level ofWhiteness White Teacher Bias Hidden care, concern & support toideology, values, and stereotypes compel all students in need.interests are at the center adults to have differentof all aspects of expectations and hold Reframing Responsibility- Relentlessdominant culture & Black students to a focus on adults not childrenpolicy different standard. as the target for change with the indicators in the studentThe Challenge to Institutional Bias- outcomesdominant ideology Inequality is reproduced Institutional Nurturing-Countering the claims regardless of individuals Individuals caring is notthat the legal system of in the institution or enough. The institutionjustice and all post- assumed institutional must function in a racemodern American intolerance of racism responsive way towardinstitutions, namely equity.public education is Cultural Mismatch- Culturally Responsive-colorblind, race-neutral Black students culture is Adjusting teaching toand provides equal pathologized and viewed responding to the culturalopportunity (Brown v as incompatible with the needs & learning styles ofBoard) educational setting each student.