- US schools are altering their curricula to include more focus on black history and experiences
- It comes as a direct response to the Black Lives Matter protests this summer
- There were increased demands for teaching materials and practices that help black students better understand their place in the country
- A survey found 81% of US teachers support BLM
By Frances Mulraney | 24 August 2020
DAILY MAIL — Schools around the United States are modifying their curriculum in response to the Black Lives Matter movement as students return following a summer of protest.
The weeks of unrest sparked by the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor has jumpstarted the response from educators.
It has also led to increased demands for teaching materials and practices that help black students better understand their history and place in the country. […]