Schools across the U.S. have been caught up in spirited debates over how #history should be taught.
@nytimes talked to social studies #teachers about how they run their classrooms, what they teach and why.
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For many, defending Mr. Rushdie and “The Satanic Verses” against his would-be assassins may be easy, PEN America President @ayadakhtar, told the @nyimes this week. But the defense also “has to apply where we have less unanimity, where we are more implicated.” (1/2)