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Via the Tucson Sentinel:

An independent audit of Tucson Unified School District’s Mexican American Studies Department doesn’t support the declaration by state schools chief John Huppenthal that TUSD’s ethnic studies classes violate the law. 

TUSD ethnic studies audit

View Need to Know’s report “Banned in Arizona.”

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  • Anonymous

    Wow what a strange report. They essentially found nothing in the documents provided to them from the MASD department (big surprise), nothing in the scheduled visits to classes (shocking, eh?) They did report materials that were inappropriate at best, many of which I am personally acquainted with as I have had my share of “diversity” education. Nevertheless they report the program as not subversive or racist. I know this literature to be anti-American and anti-white and in the hands of a ideological instructor, dangerous, especially to a young mind. Who is this “independent” Cambium Learning?