Ethnic Studies could become graduation requirement for California students
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The California Board of Education has drafted an Ethnic Studies curriculum that could become a graduation requirement for high school and university students.
It was drafted by an advisory committee of mostly K-12 teachers. The stated purpose is to have students think critically about cultural diversity and inclusion to eradicate bigotry, hate and racism.
However, critics say its focus is more propaganda than education.