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The road to a legislative mandated state of California ethnic studies curriculum has been a bit rocky, with a number of objections made to it’s original proposal.

You can read about those issues here at an older article from Ed Source.  The state took down their initial proposal, but as that article says:

The department took down the draft of the model curriculum after the public comment period ended last August. However, you can find the proposed introduction here, the glossary here and the full document here.

On Friday, the state unveiled changes it was proposing to make to the curriculum.

If you want to see a list of those specific changes, you have to go here and scroll down the agenda.

However, a better way is to read both an L.A. Times article and an Ed Source article that summarizes them.

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