Georgia proposes eliminating Civil War from high school curriculum

Georgia schools Superintendent Kathy Cox has proposed moving study of the Civil War to the fifth and eighth grades to give high school students more time to cover recent history. The proposed curriculum enables teachers to explore more deeply such modern events as the Cold War, the fall of the Soviet Union and the Vietnam War.

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