For the record . . . TKC 100% agrees with this history lesson given that it's likely one of the most important things students can learn.
Here's a quick glimpse at the mandate . . .
"The newly enacted law designates the second week in April to focus on Holocaust education and age-appropriate instruction to Missouri public school students in the 6th grade and higher. The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education will be required to create a curriculum framework of instruction to study the Holocaust. The commission will consist of 12 members, appointed by the governor."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
Missouri will become the 20th state to require Holocaust education in curricula for secondary schools. Governor Mike Parson on July 1 signed Senate Bill 681, which establishes a permanent Holocaust Education and Awareness Commission and Holocaust Education Week. The newly enacted law designates the second week in April to focus on Holocaust education and age-appropriate...