NJ to require teaching of Asian American history in schools
Clip: 01/21/2022 | 3m 13s | Video has closed captioning.
This week, New Jersey became the second state after Illinois to pass a law requiring public schools to incorporate Asian American and Pacific Islander history and contributions into their K-12 curriculums beginning in the new school year. We talk with Dr. Kani Ilangovan, founder of Make Us Visible NJ, the organization that spearheaded the effort to get the bill passed.
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