Minnesota's new standards paint state history with "real people, real words"

12/18/2003 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

The Minnesota Education Department today is expected to release new state history standards that give more attention to minority, female and first-person perspectives. Some teachers believe the new standards will help students make personal connections to important historical events and people.

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