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  • High School Student Raises Questions About Textbook Bias

    04/09/2008 9:37:25 AM PDT · by 14erClimb · 66 replies · 108+ views
    FOXNews.com ^ | April 8, 2008 | Associated Press
    WASHINGTON — Talk about a civics lesson: A high-school senior has raised questions about political bias in a popular textbook on U.S. government, and legal scholars and top scientists say the teen's criticism is well-founded. They say "American Government" by conservatives James Wilson and John Dilulio presents a skewed view of topics from global warming to separation of church and state. The publisher now says it will review the book, as will the College Board, which oversees college-level Advanced Placement courses used in high schools.
  • Student Sees Problems With H.S. Text

    04/08/2008 4:20:46 PM PDT · by SmithL · 42 replies · 134+ views
    AP via SFGate ^ | 4/8/8 | NANCY ZUCKERBROD, AP Education Writer
    Talk about a civics lesson: A high-school senior has raised questions about political bias in a popular textbook on U.S. government, and legal scholars and top scientists say the teen's criticism is well-founded. They say "American Government" by conservatives James Wilson and John Dilulio presents a skewed view of topics from global warming to separation of church and state. The publisher now says it will review the book, as will the College Board, which oversees college-level Advanced Placement courses used in high schools. Student Matthew LaClair of Kearny, N.J., recently brought his concerns to the attention of the Center for...