Mo. high school to offer Holocaust course, drops geography

04/3/2014 | Northwest Missourian (Maryville, Mo.)

Increased student interest in the Holocaust and Germany has led to a change in electives offered at Maryville High School in Missouri. Starting in the 2014-15 school year, students will be able to take a course called "Germany and the Holocaust" as well as Advanced Placement psychology. Geography, applied physics and an ACT preparation course will be dropped.

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