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Florida's African American Studies debate.


English - January 25, 2023 18:04 - 27 minutes - 25.6 MB - ★★★★★ - 272 ratings
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On Friday, the Florida Department of Education said it will not allow an Advanced Placement (AP) class on African American Studies to be taught in the state's public schools. The class was developed by the College Board as one of its many classes high school students could take to gain college credits. The Department of Education says the class violates a Florida law which Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) introduced to fight what he describes as "woke indoctrination" in schools. Plus, a follow-up story on Rep. George Santos (R-NY) and some good news for veterans' health.

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