Texas State Board of Education member Ruben Cortez and an ad-hoc committee of scholars last week in Brownsville called on the state board to reject a proposed Mexican-American studies textbook as factually inaccurate and “dripping with racism.”
Texas State Board of Education member Ruben Cortez and an ad-hoc committee of scholars last week in Brownsville called on the state board to reject a proposed Mexican-American studies textbook as factually inaccurate and “dripping with racism.” Jason Hoekema Associated Press
Texas State Board of Education member Ruben Cortez and an ad-hoc committee of scholars last week in Brownsville called on the state board to reject a proposed Mexican-American studies textbook as factually inaccurate and “dripping with racism.” Jason Hoekema Associated Press

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