Oct 09, 2015

State's textbook blunder raising concerns - Houston Chronicle

[...] many are wondering how the slip-up, which caused a national outcry and brought an apology from publishing giant McGraw Hill Education, made it through Texas' vetting process and into hundreds of classrooms statewide. Public education activists said the flap exposes dangerous flaws in how the state approves textbooks, a system that relies heavily on recommendations from panels of...

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