Neb. education board approves new standards for social studies

The Nebraska Board of Education unanimously adopted new standards for social studies that include global warming as a theory and the uniqueness of the structure of the U.S. government, known as American exceptionalism. The state does not test students on social studies, and local school districts have a year to adopt and implement the new standards or develop more stringent ones.

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