Texas School Official Suggests Books On the Holocaust May Need to Be Balanced by ‘Opposing' Perspectives Due to State Law
10 days ago - By Mediaite
A Texas school administrator attempting to explain the state's new curriculum requirements suggested that books on the Holocaust should be balanced with “opposing” viewpoints, per audio obtained by NBC News.
During a training session with teachers on Friday in Southlake, Texas, Gina Peddy , the executive director of curriculum and instruction for Carroll School District, told them, “We are in the middle of a political mess, and you are in the middle of a political mess, and so we just have to do the best that we can. You're gonna do what you do best. And that's to teach kids.”
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