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Tuesday, 6th June 2006

The State of State World History Standards 2006

History--Education
Source: Thomas B. Fordham Foundation
The State of State World History Standards 2006
"Our world is quickly shrinking and becoming evermore interconnected. But is America's K-12 education system preparing students for life in a global village? Unfortunately, it is not. Renowned historian Walter Russell Mead, author of Fordham's The State of State World History Standards 2006, found that thirty-three states deserved D or F grades for their world history standards. States do the worst when it comes to teaching Latin American history. At a time of intense national debate about immigration and assimilation, many states do not seem aware that there are countries and cultures south of the Rio Grande." Download sections and reports for each state as PDFs.


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