Publisher Will Revise Textbook That Called Slaves 'Workers'
Texas has long been a battleground over school textbooks. During the last year, experts have criticized them for naming Moses as a founding father and also downplaying slavery as a cause of the Civil War.
The latest controversy comes after a family near Houston pointed out how a geography book described slaves. Laura Isensee from Here & Now contributor Houston Public Media takes a closer look at what happened and what’s next.
- Laura Isensee, education reporter for Houston Public Media. She tweets @lauraisensee.
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