Senate Hearing Will Target Curriculum System

When CSCOPE attracted a scathing mention on Glenn Beck's radio show in late November, it may have been a mixed blessing for educators concerned about the curriculum delivery system used by 70 percent of Texas school districts.

It gave their cause momentum and a national audience — but for reasons entirely different from their own. 

CSCOPE opponents tend to fall into two sometimes overlapping camps: the conservative activists inflamed by the perceived anti-Americanism promoted by its lessons and the educators who feel hamstrung by the requirements of some districts that they adhere strictly to its structure. 

On Thursday, both will ...

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