Wisconsin Assembly unanimously votes to pass bill requiring schools to teach about the Holocaust

The Wisconsin State Assembly has voted unanimously this week to pass legislation that would make it mandatory for middle schools and high schools in the state to teach students about the Holocaust and other genocides.
— Read on thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/483764-wisconsin-assembly-unanimously-votes-to-pass-bill-requiring-schools-to

2 thoughts on “Wisconsin Assembly unanimously votes to pass bill requiring schools to teach about the Holocaust

  1. So is everything in public school! I’m curious how many states will teach other genocides, though?! Usually it’s all about the holocaust.

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