N.C. educators hope to increase focus on U.S. history

10/13/2010 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

In North Carolina, state educators have proposed a plan to increase U.S. history instruction. The proposal replaces a proposal that would have required high-school students to complete one U.S. history course that began with the post-Civil War Reconstruction period -- it drew the ire of critics across the country. Under the new plan, students would take two courses, and U.S. and state history would also be studied in the lower grades.

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