Some of the changes don’t necessarily involve new material, but rather teaching the same material from a new perspective.
SOURCE: NY Times
American history textbooks can differ across the country, in ways that are shaded by partisan politics.
SOURCE: Real Clear Investigations
Teachers around the country are already offering ethnic studies classes, units or lessons on their own initiative, citing a growing urgency to confront racism, sexism, homophobia and other entrenched social inequalities.
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