Arkansas Debates Guidelines On Teaching State History

August 2007
Education Week;8/1/2007, Vol. 26 Issue 44, p18
The article reports on the school curriculum scheduling of Arkansas history. In 2006, the state school board voted to combine Arkansas history with social studies for kindergarten through grade six students. Some historians believe that this approach is inadequate for understanding the heritage of Arkansas.


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