Philadelphia plan to require African, black history classes sparks debate

06/10/2005 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Supporters say the Philadelphia School Reform Commission's decision last Wednesday to mandate a high school course in black history acknowledges the cultural heritage of two-thirds of the district's student body and promotes understanding of other races. Critics worry that such a required course might breed resentment and ask why other cultures aren't getting equal time.

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