Public comments praise, question proposed social studies standards

11/9/2012 | Omaha World-Herald (Neb.)

Nebraska is drafting new social studies standards, covering everything from history and geography to personal finance and environmental issues. More than 300 parents, teachers and other concerned parties have gone online with input, which includes concerns that there are too many standards, questions about the resources available to teach all the standards, and suggestions for subjects that should or shouldn't be included.

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