History gets a hand

As history classes in many schools are being curtailed in favor of reading and math courses, 40 U.S. schools are involved in a program, sponsored by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American Studies in New York City, under which participating students take a U.S. history class every year, with the rigorous coursework emphasizing exploration and research rather than rote memorization.

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