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MONDAY, AUG 4, 2014  |  4 comments
U.S. history takes drastic left turn this fall
High-school history teachers nationwide will give their top students a dark retelling of U.S. history this fall, courtesy of the College Board, a nonprofit college readiness firm led by Common Core architect David Coleman.

The College Board – which administers AP (advanced placement) courses and tests – is rolling out a revised curriculum framework for AP U.S. history, offering the 450,000 students who take AP U.S. history classes a hero-free account of America’s deeply stained past.

Peter Wood, president of the National Association of Scholars, calls the new AP U.S. history framework “a briefing document on progressive and leftist views of the American past,” one which “weaves together a vaguely Marxist or at least materialist reading of the key events with the whole litany of identity group grievances.” ...


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Oh, Mike, you mean like the magazine the new American, the John Birch Society which sees a communist under every bed. I tried to avoid over the top or better over the edge right-wing sources. But even when I try to establish balance, I sometimes use them.
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News Item8/5/14 7:18 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
The college board wrote:
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A plausible and persuasive argument requires a clear, comprehensive, and
analytical thesis, supported by relevant historical evidence — not simply evidence that supports a preferred or preconceived position. In addition,
argumentation involves the capacity to describe, analyze, and evaluate the
arguments of others in light of available evidence."
Or, barring that, post innumerable links to sites that support a "preferred or preconceived position."
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News Item8/5/14 3:15 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
I guess they can skip black history month and all of the other applicable "holi"days.
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News Item8/5/14 2:47 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
The College Board wrote:
The AP U.S. History Curriculum Framework
should consider challenging students with the broader context, especially when
considering the theme of America in the world. For example, U.S. territorial
expansion, emancipation, the Great Depression, and, of course, foreign policy
initiatives are increasingly bringing into play the perspectives of other nations
and world regions. One could also explore the interaction between a watershed
event like Reconstruction and the civil rights movement.
Skill Type III: Crafting Historical Arguments from
Historical Evidence
Skill 6: Historical Argumentation
Historical thinking involves the ability to define and frame a question about
the past and to address that question through the construction of an argument.
A plausible and persuasive argument requires a clear, comprehensive, and
analytical thesis, supported by relevant historical evidence — not simply
evidence that supports a preferred or preconceived position. In addition,
argumentation involves the capacity to describe, analyze, and evaluate the
arguments of others in light of available evidence.
What! Slaves weren't sitting around like happy children strumming on a banjo! Their masters were providing Bibles/education :wh
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