New Law Adds History to Future Curriculum

New Law Adds History to Future Curriculum

School kids in Wisconsin will now have required lessons for Hmong and Asian American history. 

Governor Evers yesterday signed a new law that requires schools to teach about the Hmong people and other Asian cultures.  Wisconsin already requires schools across the state to teach Black American, Hispanic American, and Native American history.  The new requirement will begin with the new school year next year.  Wisconsin is home to the third-largest Hmong population in the country, and the governor says the law recognizes their contributions to this state and nation.

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