State education board looking at proposal to use “involuntary relocation” to describe slavery

The Texas State Board of Education is fielding proposals to update the state’s public school social studies curriculum this summer. Board members began to push back Thursday against the proposal.

By Brian Lopez, The Texas Tribune
Posted 7/1/22

A group of Texas educators have proposed to the Texas State Board of Education that slavery should be taught as “involuntary relocation” during second grade social studies instruction, …

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