POLL — What does “patriotic education” mean to you? https://bit.ly/3tEnuhf
The role of patriotism in schools has become controversial in recent years. Is “patriotic education” a vestige of a bygone era, or is there still a place for it in schools? AEI’s Frederick M. Hess shares his take.
ARTICLE — Biden eliminated the 1776 Commission but not the need for ‘patriotic’ education https://bit.ly/36QTViE
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