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A Tale Of Two Districts: How Schools Are Implementing Anti-Racism Curriculums


As schools in the United States try to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic, they’re also opening during a racial reckoning across the country.

Last month, a Black sixth-grade teacher in Milton, Massachusetts, was briefly placed on administrative paid leave because of remarks she made about police violence and the killing of George Floyd. After an uproar, the school district reversed the decision and pledged to consider an anti-racism curriculum.


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