While CRT training has likely been present in some schools for several years, it accelerated after the state Board of Education passed Resolution #20 on July 14,2020. In addition to the Resolution’s laudable statements condemning “racism, bigotry, and hatred” it went far beyond that. It referred to “systemic inequity,” “white supremacy culture,” and “unconscious racial bias,” which are all hallmarks of CRT. It mandated CRT training for all state Board members, and all employees of and contractors for the state Department of Education. It also mandated a review of all academic content and curriculum to assure that “racism and the struggle for equality are accurately addressed.” It “strongly recommended” that all Ohio districts undergo the same CRT processes as the state Board and Department of Education and ordered the state Board to provide support for their efforts.