Whose History Is It?
AbstractGiven what went into the project to create National Standards for History, that is, guidelines for the teaching of history in America's schools, one might have expected that it would be as appreciatively received as the National Standards prepared for the other officially designated subjects (the arts, civics, geography, science, and foreign languages).
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