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Requiring charter schools to teach American history to 7th, 8th graders not done by ‘bureaucratic fiat’ (access required)

As a long-term, strong supporter of charter schools, I was upset at the news a lawsuit was brought against me by five charter schools.A country that does not know its history is like an individual who has lost his memory: he does not know where he has been, he does not know where he is ...

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