Stung by accusations of anti Semitism, the California Board of Education announced that its ethnic-studies curriculum will be dropped in favor of a new model that is more sensitive to the Jewish experience.
The state’s Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum that was awaiting approval as a potential high school graduation requirement came under heavy criticism by multiple cities, public school boards and the state Legislature’s Jewish Caucus. Opponents of the curriculum say it ignores the history of ant...
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