Truthful and comprehensive discussions about the United States and South Carolina history are critical for students to understand the racial and gender inequalities that persist in our society. Without an understanding of our past, we can't build a more just and equitable future.
H. 3728 contains harmful provisions that seek to prevent public educators from teaching the full truth of past and present race and gender inequalities in their classrooms, subject educators to undue surveillance of their instruction, and burden them with unnecessary complaint processes.
Contact your state senator and ask them to vote NO on H. 3728.
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