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Texas State Board of Education -- Social Studies Hearing

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Uploaded on May 19, 2010

The Texas State Board of Education got an earful on a hectic final day of public testimony before their controversial vote on new social studies standards. While the board heard a stern rebuke from educators and citizens in the hearing room, state lawmakers and national civil rights leaders spoke to a raucous crowd of more than 300 people at a rally on the steps of the Texas Education Agency. The message inside and outside was the same: let teachers and scholars determine what our children learn in the classroom, not politicians pushing an agenda.

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