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Omissions of African-American History in Toledo School Textbooks

The article talked about the poor representation of African-American history in textbooks used by the public schools in Toledo, Ohio.
"Activist Gives Low Grades To Textbooks" was published on February 14 by the Toledo Blade. The article talked about the poor representation of African-American history in textbooks used by the public schools in Toledo, Ohio. In the article, Erwin Flaxman, Director of the Institute for Urban and Minority Education at Teacher's College, was quoted and commented by saying that while textbooks are "more culturally inclusive than ever before," there's still room for improvement.

For more information, see the
Toledo Blade.

Published Sunday, Apr. 14, 2002

Omissions of African-American History in Toledo School Textbooks

"Activist Gives Low Grades To Textbooks" was published on February 14 by the Toledo Blade. The article talked about the poor representation of African-American history in textbooks used by the public schools in Toledo, Ohio. In the article, Erwin Flaxman, Director of the Institute for Urban and Minority Education at Teacher's College, was quoted and commented by saying that while textbooks are "more culturally inclusive than ever before," there's still room for improvement.

For more information, see the
Toledo Blade.
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