In a stunning decision, the State of Texas’ Board of Education showed exactly how a State is in command of the education of it’s children.
Texas will be withdrawing the Hillary Clinton section from the social studies curriculum. (VIDEO BELOW.)
Texas Board of Education VOTES Clinton OUT.
Unfortunately, Helen Keller will also be removed as well as Hillary Clinton. But – the Alamo stays!
The Dallas Morning News reported, “As part of an effort to “streamline” the social studies curriculum in public schools, the State Board of Education voted Friday to adjust what students in every grade are required to learn in the classroom.”
Specifically it was noted, “Among the changes, board members approved the removal of several historical figures, including Clinton and Keller, from the curriculum.”
The Board was systematic in deciding which sections would be removed. (VIDEO BELOW.)
How the Board decided.
The 15 member panel, “created a scale” to decide which historical figures would remain and which would not. They focused on the person’s background and their legacy.
It’s easy to see why Hillary received the boot.
After all she did not win the election. As a result, she did NOT become the first female President. (VIDEO BELOW.)
Texas wants conservative values instilled in their History books.
Texas added back in the “heroism” of the Alamo. Additionally, they voted to keep the Judeo-Christian perspective of the Constitution and the section on Israel.
Fox News reported, What’s more, “the board also voted to add back into the curriculum a reference to the “heroism” of the defenders of the Alamo (something that had been recommended for removal).’
Additionally, Texas also wants how “Moses’ influence on the writing of the founding documents, multiple references to “Judeo-Christian” values and a requirement that students explain how the “Arab rejection of the State of Israel has led to ongoing conflict” in the Middle East,” the newspaper reported.”
Texas Board of Ed votes to pull Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller from social studies curriculum.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) September 17, 2018
In closing, Texas is taking a strong stand in changing the curriculum for their students! Are you with Texas for strong stand?
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