Asian American History to be Taught in Illinois Classrooms
Clip: 08/22/2022 | 7m 52s
Starting this year, public schools in Illinois are required to include a unit of instruction on Asian American history. Illinois became the first state to do so when Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed the TEAACH Act into law last year.
Aired: 08/22/22 |
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