South Dakota Is Debating What Could Be The Best K-12 History Curriculum In The Country

South Dakota Is Debating What Could Be The Best K-12 History Curriculum In The Country


The following is invited public testimony to South Dakota’s Board of Education Standards on September 19, 2022, as written in advance of the hearing. Monday’s was the first of multiple hearings that will occur around the state as part of a curriculum process that began after massive public outcry against a 2021 history curriculum plan that pushed far-left politics. 

Gov. Kristi Noem’s chief of staff, Mark Miller, chaired a new commission that started with curriculum guidelines proposed by Hillsdale College and refined them with in-state teachers, tribal leaders, and historians. The state board of education is scheduled to decide on the proposal in March 2023 after opportunities for changes, political pressure, and public debate.

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