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Settlement reached in history curriculum suit (access required)

A lawsuit against the Arizona Department of Education has been temporarily averted by a settlement between the department’s highest official and the attorney for five Arizona charter schools that resisted state efforts to implement grade-by-grade standards for history instruction. The Oct. 15 agreement between Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne and Clint Bolick, an ...

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