Education Reform

Texas Legislature Passes Sweeping Restrictions on Teaching About Race

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In the GOP’s race to the bottom on teaching about racism, Texas takes the lead. The legislature passed a bill limiting what teachers can teach in history and social studies about race. Rightwing Governor Greg Abbott will sign it.

Here’s a description of the legislation from the Texas Tribune, written before it was passed by the Senate:

After the bill passed both houses, the Huffington was blunt about its purpose: Teachers should not teach about racism or white supremacy.

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