Textbook League

Remember when school textbooks were a learning tool, rather than a political indoctrination tool? “The Textbook League was established in 1989 to support the creation and acceptance of sound schoolbooks. Our chief activity is the publication of The Textbook Letter (or TTL, as it is called), which we mail to subscribers throughout the United States. The subscribers include classroom teachers, officers of local school districts, officers of state or county education agencies, and private citizens who take a serious interest in the quality of the instruction offered in the public schools.” In my mind, “parents” should be at the top of that list. They could be very surprised at what their kids are learning these days.

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