Ethnic Studies course may be graduation requirement for California high school and university students
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The California Board of Education is drafting an ethnic studies curriculum that would be a graduation requirement for high school and state university students on the premise that California is now a majority “minority” state.
The purpose is to have students think critically about cultural diversity and inclusion to eradicate bigotry, hate and racism.
California’s Department of Education describes the curriculum in depth on their website. You can read it by clicking here.