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How do you rewrite history? Like this

The rewriting of Western history, and in the United States rewriting of American history, is a time tested and proven tactic. In the name of education, American students are kept ignorant by being taught a highly selective portion of American history with a particular fraudulent narrative designed to influence their understanding in a very specific way. This is what we call propaganda and indoctrination. It is this sort of corruption and dumbing down of American education that drives the push against Common Core, the supposed savior of the embarrassingly pathetic public education system.

As the reputation of the lauded Common Core initiative continues to crumble we see others working to expose the blatant progressive, anti-American agenda behind it all. By teaching students selective portions of history only in a negative light, and promoting other concepts only in a positive light we can see the rewriting of history before our very eyes.

29 biased statements in the AP U.S. History redesign
August 21, 2014 by Larry Krieger

The “Open Letter from the Authors of the AP United States History Curriculum Framework” raises a number of important issues. Here is our response to the key points raised in this “Open Letter,” followed by a list of 29 biased and ill-considered statements from the Framework, and a list of 17 omitted seminal documents about U.S. history.

RNC Passes Resolutions on APUSH Changes & Stop Common Core Victories
August 12, 2014 by Shane Vander Hart

The Republican National Committee passed two resolutions concerning education during their summer meeting. The first deals with the rewrite of the AP U.S. History framework. This was sponsored by Tamara Scott, National Committeewoman from Iowa, and was written with the help of Jane Robbins from American Principles Project. It had six co-sponsors and it passed the committee unanimously.

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