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Old 10-02-2009, 06:47 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by rogue_ronin View Post
Right now, two states (Texas and California), dominate which textbooks are used in the US, because of their size and the number of books they purchase. Texas is a crazy place where they try to insert religion and conservative movement ideology into the texts.


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California is also a crazy place where they try and insert evolution into all the text including math and all other subjects. They also try and insert social programs into their text, for example the images in the books must include wheelchair and other clearly disabled people. I guess you might say have a liberal movement ideology in the text.

Perhaps it balances out, if you move from state to state.
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