"You really start to say, 'Well, can I teach about these topics at all? Can I —if a student brings it up — do I feel comfortable addressing that in class'?"
SOURCE: Los Angeles Times
Anyone concerned about "woke" US History should take a close look at their teenagers' AP US History curriculum, which would not rile Trump's 1776 Commissioners, says columnist Noah Berlatsky.
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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