SOURCE: Inside Higher Ed
"Jeannette Eileen Jones, associate professor of history and ethnic studies at the flagship Lincoln campus, said it's "disingenuous" to paint discussions involving critical race theory or race in general as divisive or anti-American."
Nebraska Just Approved More Inclusive Social Studies Guidelines. They're a Window Into the Changing Way Kids Are Learning U.S. History
Steps taken in Nebraska are a window into the way that conversation is changing, amid increased public scrutiny of what American students are learning about history.
SOURCE: Omaha World-Herald
Committee member Rick Konopasek told the Lincoln Journal-Star that the outhouse float was the most popular one in the parade, and the three judges awarded it an honorable mention.
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