House approves bills limiting K-12 racial teachings, mandating college history course
Democrats argue the measures would stifle K-12 classroom discussions about racism and would intrude on the state's university and community college systems.
North Carolina’s Republican-controlled House on Wednesday passed two bills that would address how racism is taught in K-12 public schools, community colleges and public colleges and universities.
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