New Jersey has passed a law requiring all public schools to teach diversity, inc…
New Jersey has passed a law requiring all public schools to teach diversity, inclusion and equality courses to kindergarten through 12th grade, starting in the 2021-2022 school year. These lessons will teach students about unconscious bias and economic disparities, and the impact they have on individuals and society as a whole. In December, Connecticut became the first state to require high schools to offer African American, Black, Puerto Rican and Latino studies. California, Washington state, Vermont, Virginia, Nevada, Nebraska and Indiana have passed similar legislation on ethnic studies courses.
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