The governor signed a measure mandating ethnic studies in high school despite ongoing questions about its accuracy and fairness, columnist Tom Elias says.
Letters: This home-grown program was meeting a critical need for students.
Despite improvements, the state's proposed ethnic studies curriculum is still badly flawed, columnist Tom Elias says.
Letters: Former director Carlos Hagedorn defends the longstanding ethnic studies program.
Letters: Napa schools didn't understand purpose of ethnic studies.
California's proposed ethnic studies curriculum is better than the first draft — but not much, columnist Tom Elias says.
The third draft of a model ethnic studies curriculum for California high school students has been released and it is a big improvement on its predecessors, columnist Dan Walters says.
On Nov. 18-19, an advisory panel to the State Board of Education will act on the most recent recommendations to the draft Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum, says former state Assemblymember Luis A. Alejo.
The state appears set to rubberstamp a flawed ethic studies curriculum, despite opposition from academics and the governor, columnist Tom Elias says.
There could be no better way to promote a lifelong sense of victimhood and an enduring series of grudges and resentments than to adopt an ethnic studies curriculum like the one now proposed for California’s public schoolchildren, columnist Tom Elias says.
A revised state ethnic studies curriculum is better than the draft put forward last year, but still has gaping flaws, columnist Tom Elias says.
School boards around California are approving a flawed new ethnic studies curriculum even before it’s been examined in public hearings or adopted by the state Board of Education, columnist Tom Elias says.
NVUSD officials say a former trustee may have violated the state ethics code when he received money to run a Latino support program.
A new draft of the state's proposed Ethnic Studied curriculum will probably share the flaws that torpedoed the first version, columnist Tom Elias says.
When a state panel made up largely of ethnic minority group teachers and college professors last summer submitted a proposed ethnic studies curriculum, it was anything but inclusive.
If lawmakers and educators want to make teens absorb the lessons of ethnic studies, here's what they should require before graduation: a week working on a farm.
Carlos Hagedorn, a Napa Valley College humanities instructor, will speak on Chicano studies at 4 p.m. Thursday in the college’s Little Theater.