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The 2020 Democratic Primaries: Super Tuesday

A voter registration and absentee ballot lies on a table in the Airman and Family Readiness Center.

By Brianna Cheng, Maddy Ting, Calista Shohet, Anita Beroza, Keya Arora, Elise Hsu, and Isabelle Nunes

March 4, 2020

What do Alabama, American Samoa, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, and Virginia all have in common? They’ll be casting their votes in the Democratic primaries on March 3, 2020, also known as Super Tuesday. Super...

Live Coverage: 2020 Primary Election

The Royal Banner is doing live coverage of the 2020 presidential primaries.

By Sara George, Lindsay Cox, Maia Penuel, Lauren Hirschhorn, Alex Mohr, Henry Larson, and Ava Svolos

March 4, 2020

Welcome to live coverage of the 2020 Presidential Primaries. Check back on this page for updates from our reporters and analysts.  The polls closed at 7:00PM, March 3rd. Data updates every 15 minutes. 10:00 PM (3/3/20) - Thanks for reading our live coverage. We'll pick up tomor...

“They Belong In This Democracy Too” – Students March to the Polls

Senior Josh Jansen-Montoya drops off his ballot in the collection box.

By Lindsay Cox, Stella Schitter, and Sophie Shors

March 4, 2020

We are only days away from Super Tuesday, which falls on March 3rd. On that date, 14 states will be voting to nominate a presidential primary candidate. While the Republican primary is more simple because the incumbent Donald Trump is expected to win, the Democratic ballot still has a wide spectrum of...

Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar rally derailed by protestors

Protestors lead chants from the stage. At the beginning of the rally, the group flooded onto the stage and didn't leave until the event was cancelled.

By Talia Lissauer and Marta Hill

March 4, 2020

This story was updated 1 p.m. March 2.  The day after Sen. Amy Klobuchar was set to speak at Park, she suspended her presidential bid March 2.  Expecting to attend a peaceful Amy Klobuchar rally at her own high school, junior Zoe Frank  said she was unsure how to feel when the rally was canc...

“Re-Education Camps” Detaining Uyghur Muslims in China

Riem Hassan '20 is silenced, evoking the silencing of Uyghur Muslim populations in China.

By Noah Bullwinkle and Emily Martinez

March 4, 2020

Buses and cars lay strewn across the street, their windshields crushed into minuscule glass shards. A combination of broken engines billowed black smoke into the air, while armored police shot tear gas into crowds of protestors. Bystanders ran amok, trying to escape the increasingly vicious confrontations.  ...

New PA Law Tests Students Civic Knowledge

The Tyrone Area School District is already ahead of a new law requiring a civics test, having implemented the requirement three years ago.

By Matt Clifton, Tyrone Area High School

March 4, 2020

A law passed by the Pennsylvania state legislature and signed by Governor Tom Wolf in June 2018 requires that by the 2020-2021 school year all school districts in Pennsylvania must test students in topics related to basic US citizenship, history and government at some point during grades seven through...

Everything you need to know about the California State Senate candidates

All Seven candidates will be up for election Tuesday to see which of the two will compete for the California District 13 State Senate seat during the the general election

By Cedrik von Briel, Woodside High School - CA

March 3, 2020

With the primaries coming up on Tuesday, many of Woodside's seniors will be voting in the primaries for the first time. While the presidential election is the one most will pay attention to, there are other high-profile races that affect people at the local level. One of these is the California District...

Racist vandalism reported at Whitman

Last weekend, someone spray painted racist graffiti on Whitman school grounds. Police are currently investigating the incident, according to an email from Principal Robert Dodd.

By Taylor Haber, Walt Whitman High School

March 3, 2020

Racist graffiti was spray painted on Whitman school grounds over the weekend, including the n-word and a depiction of a noose, according to sources familiar with the matter. A building service member painted over the hateful messages early Monday morning to prevent students from seeing the graffiti. ...

Trump, Netanyahu propose Israel-Palestine peace plan

President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netnayahu recently proposed a peace plan for Israel and Palestine.

By Sajah Ali, The American School in London

March 3, 2020

On Jan. 28, U.S. President Donald Trump announced another attempt at resolving the decades-long Israel-Palestine conflict. His proposed Middle East Peace Plan was drafted under the supervision of Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and his Senior Advisor. Trump announced it alongside Israeli...

Hegar opening doors with U.S. Senate run

ARMED WITH IDEAS: In June, the Future Forum held a panel of women in politics at the LBJ library in Austin. Hegar was a member of the panel where she promoted herself and her campaign while also discussing her fight for gender equality in the military. The panel also included Gina Ortiz Jones (left), a former Air Force intelligence officer and at the time a candidate for Congressional District 23. The conversation was moderated by Texas Tribune reporter Alexa Undra. Photo by Jay Godwin/LBJ Library. Photo is posted here with permission provided by public domain. It was originally accessed on the LBJ Library Flickr account.

By Alex Dowd, McCallum High School

March 3, 2020

Last week’s Democratic presidential debate from the Paris Theater in Las Vegas smashed the previous records, becoming the most watched Democratic debate in American history at 19.7 million viewers; national news sources responded to the widespread public interest with nonstop coverage of the event...

Youth expected to make an impact on the primary elections

Youth expected to make an impact on the primary elections

By Daniela Rangel, Christopher Sarenana, and Maria Ruiz

March 3, 2020

In the upcoming 2020 presidential election, youth votes will prove to be especially impactful, prompting candidates to reach out to this group specifically. With the California primary election on March 3 fast approaching, presidential hopefuls are reaching out to prospective voters, including the...

Charges lead to wrestling coach’s dismissal

Ryan Blazier is being charged with rape and sexual assault.

By Julian Bartlebaugh, Bellwood-Antis High School

March 3, 2020

Pennsylvania State police on Thursday arrested Bellwood-Antis junior high wrestling coach Ryan Blazier and charged him with rape and sexual assault, among a slew of other charges Police allege the 39-yer old Blazier, a 1998 Bellwood-Antis graduate, sexually abused a girl from the ages of 3 to 8 years...

Whitman students fundraise to help fight the coronavirus outbreak in China

Members from the Capital Youth Outreach Club pose at an award ceremony recognizing their fundraising efforts for the coronavirus epidemic.

By Heather Wang, Walt Whitman High School

March 3, 2020

A few days before the Chinese Spring Festival, a holiday signifying family reunion, junior Baichuan Wang’s father was planning to fly back to the United States after a business trip to China. But he soon learned that he would have to extend his stay abroad — flights from China to the U.S. were either...

Sanders Draws Huge Crowd in Run Up to Virginia Primary

Super Tuesday is March 3, where 14 states will cast their votes for the primary.

By Morgan Fischer, Dominion High School

March 2, 2020

Just four days before Virginians vote in the Democratic Primaries as part of Super Tuesday on March 3, over 10,000 people packed into the St. James Sports, Wellness, and Entertainment Complex on Saturday to see 2020 Democratic Front Runner and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. Before Sanders took the...

The Wet’suwet’en people vs. modern imperialism

The Wet’suwet’en people protest the natural gas pipeline being enforced upon their land, much to the Canadian government's dismay.

By Kyla Clark, Lincoln High School

March 2, 2020

The Wet’suwet’en people are now in a mass protest against the nonconsensual implementation of a new pipeline on their land. The Canadian government, however, remains apathetic due to the compromises and projections stated by Coastal GasLink. Coastal GasLink is the company that outlined a natural...

Primarily speaking: What to look for next Tuesday

With 15 states including Texas and California holding primaries on Tuesday, there is a lot on the line for national presidential candidates and for candidates vying a long list of local and statewide offices including a U.S. Senate seat. Cartoon by Anna McClellan.

By Anna McClellan, McCallum High School

March 2, 2020

March 2, also known as next Tuesday, which is also known as Super Tuesday, is one of the biggest days in the election year. Fifteen of the 50 states, including Texas, are holding their primaries next Tuesday, more than any other primary election day this year.  There are 155 Republican delegates ...

CCHS copes with coronavirus

The coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, and has reached San Diego, Calif.. Quarantines at military bases, such as Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, seek to contain the virus and prevent its spread throughout the country.

By Dillon Tarle, Cathedral Catholic High School

March 2, 2020

When Cathedral Catholic High School student Daisy Hu ‘20 returned to the United States after visiting family in China, she was shocked to discover the violent virus sweeping her family’s home. Once the magnitude of the virus became clear, Hu grew more worried about the disease and its effect on...

Later to play, later to rise

Despite various secondary effects changing school start time will cause, sleeping longer each night has been proven to benefit teenagers in a significant amount of ways and aid in their growth and development.

By Dillon Tarle, Cathedral Catholic High School

March 2, 2020

After a long school day of studying and playing tennis, the last thing Cathedral Catholic High School student Gigi Jasso ‘21 desires is to stay up late working on homework after a late game.  “I’ll have to start homework later, and I’ll have less time to do it,” Jasso said. “I’d rather...

More Than $5,000 in Student Body Funds Stolen

Leadership sold tickets to the basketball game at the ticket window at the front of the new gym.

By Emma Chiu and Taila Lee

March 2, 2020

What Happened More than $5,000 in cash was stolen from Woodside student body funds after the senior basketball game versus Menlo-Atherton on Friday, February 14. Girls junior varsity was the first game of the night, followed by boys junior varsity and girls varsity. The final game, boys varsity,...

Student web searches tracked, triggers safety checks

Austin ISD is using monitoring services to track students’ Internet searches for instances of keywords related to self-harm or harming others. If a student searches for these kinds of words on district-provided Chromebooks — even at home — it could trigger a welfare safety check from law enforcement, a counselor or an assistant principal.

By Zachary Reyna, Akins High School

March 2, 2020

To many people, a breach of online privacy can leave them feeling vulnerable and uncomfortable. However, some are okay with the idea of someone tracking their online searches if the purpose is to keep people safe. The Austin school district is required by the federal Children’s Internet Protection...

Coed Crusaders

On Feb. 20 and 24, Riordan students welcomed girls to campus who are considering Riordan as an option for the 2020-2021 school year.

By Antonio Maffei ’20 and Steven Rissotto

March 2, 2020

After weeks of discussions and meetings, on Jan. 29, President Dr. Andrew Currier announced Archbishop Riordan High School would become a co-educational institution starting in the fall of 2020. Riordan is San Francisco’s oldest all-boys school and was established in 1949. After one final meeting ...

Senatorial candidate retracts claims of firearm possession at Central

At a forum in Washington, Ill., senatorial candidate Peggy Hubbard made claims of bringing a firearm into Hinsdale Central. She later retracted her statements.

By Sophie Burns, Saba Ali, Editor-in-Chief, and Lia Reichmann, Editor-in-Chief

February 28, 2020

Peggy Hubbard, Republican senate candidate from Belleville Ill, made claims that she brought a gun and ammunition to the senatorial debate at Hinsdale Central on Thursday, Feb. 13. She later backed away from her previous declaration. During the debate organized by Student Conservative Organization,...

MMIW Movement gets support from South community

Attendees of the march created red shirts, banners, etc. to bring light to the crisis and wore them to the march. Red is a symbol of the MMIW Movement.

By Rayna Acha, Minneapolis South High School

February 28, 2020

On February 14th the streets in Ventura Village and East Phillips neighborhoods in South Minneapolis filled with red. But it was not to celebrate Valentine's Day, it was to recognize the thousands of Indigenous women in Minnesota and across the country who are missing or have been murdered. Indigenous...

Molson Coors Shooting in Milwaukee: Tragic day for our community

The site of yesterday's tragedy, Molson Coors is a 20-building business complex.

By McKenna Marotta and Ava Wojnowski

February 28, 2020

Milwaukee is traumatized by the devastating shooting that took place on the 4100 block of the West State Street inside of the Molson Coors Beverage Company on Feb. 26, at 2:08 p.m. According to local news stations, a 51-year-old former employee, Anthony N. Ferrill, opened fire on former co-workers,...

New law raises legal vaping age to 21

A vape display at Kwik Stop on Florida and Hanna avenues.

By Asher Montgomery, Hillsborough High School

February 28, 2020

Every so often, a walk past the bathrooms in a high school hallway leads to a whiff of something sweet, the sugary artificial smell of a donut or a fruit flavoring. Ten years ago, those smells didn’t have the associations to a recently popularized electronic cigarette as it does today. Starting...

St. Louis Park adopts the Efficient Buildings Collaborative

The city of St. Louis Park has recently adapted the Efficient Buildings Collaborative in order to help increase awareness about energy usage. Parkshore along with other large buildings will have to report their energy usage to the city.

By Isabel Kjaer, St. Louis Park High School

February 27, 2020

With its Climate Action Plan set, St. Louis Park is looking for steps to help meet their goals. Recently, it has turned to the Efficient Buildings Collaborative, which according to Energy Manager Leah Hiniker, utilizes benchmarking to keep track of the energy consumption of large buildings. “Benchmarking programs are...

After months of debating, Shawnee Mission School District teacher negotiations are at a standstill

The Shawnee Mission School District teacher negotiations continue to develop

By Caroline Zimmerman, Piper High School - KS

February 27, 2020

On February 10, 2020, Amanda Coffman, a teacher at Indian Woods Middle School in Shawnee Mission, resigned at a board of education meeting due to failed negotiations over teaching contracts within the school district. “We’re lucky to have a lot of support here,” said English teacher Taylore Weitner....

Cash-strapped in the valley

Despite the Blue Valley district’s reputation as an affluent district, roughly one out of every 10 of its students are economically disadvantaged and have the choice of participating in the various aid programs provided by the district.

By Jenna Weyforth and Raabia Qureshi

February 27, 2020

Look around. Within the halls of BVNW, a considerable number of students sport $98 Lululemon leggings, $180 Adidas Ultra Boosts or simply drown out their surroundings with $165 Apple AirPods. This image fuels the stereotype that paints those at BVNW as well-off. However, not all of its students are...

Austin Campaign Rally Invigorates Bernie Sanders’ Followers

Bernie Sanders speaks to the people in attendance on his policies.

By Keana Saberi, WESTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL - Austin

February 27, 2020

A compelling surge of enthusiasm ruffled through the throng of Austinites. Blue and white signs, emblems of Senator Bernie Sanders’ candidacy for President of the United States dotted the crowd of thousands, gathered to hear him speak. “Bernie” chants arose as the Texas sky started to dim,...

Five things you need to know about Ash Wednesday

Juniors Bella Allgeyer and Reese Berry laugh over breakfast before heading to class. The two attended the Ash Wednesday mass at Incarnate Word Parish 7 a.m. to celebrate the beginning of the Lenten season. “It’s something that is kind of a necessity to us, that we sacrifice to show that other things are more important,” Allgeyer said.

By Quinn Berry, Parkway West High School

February 27, 2020

Late start Wednesdays include extra sleep and a trip to Starbucks, but for some Chrisitians arriving at school with a black smudge on their forehead leads to questions. On the eve of the Lenten season, here are things you need to know about Ash Wednesday. When is Ash Wednesday celebrated? Ash Wednesday ...

The Australian bushfires: controlled, but far from over  

An area of land devastated by the wildfires in Western Australia.

By Kaylee Jacobs, Wakefield High School - NC

February 27, 2020

The bushfires violently burning across Australia’s east coast are now under control, but they’re still active and leaving more than just physical damage. Extreme drought, heat, winds and lightning intensified this fire season in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Southern Queensland. ...

Contemporary app lets everyday citizen perform CPR to save lives

The City of Coppell has implemented Pulsepoint, a medical app that allows people to respond to cardiac emergencies, permitting them to perform proper CPR before emergency services arrive and be informed of all activity from local emergency services. The app also includes precise locations of AED and other medical kits that may be needed for severe health conditions.

By Karen Lu, Coppell High School

February 26, 2020

Becoming CPR certified may seem like one of those “in case of emergency” preparations that many will never use. However, with the implementation of PulsePoint in Coppell, being CPR certified provides the opportunity for the everyday citizen to give lifesaving assistance. PulsePoint rolled out...

Compost crisis: food waste practices fail to reach district standards

Preparing for school lunch, cafeteria employee Edina Husic lays out burger buns. Most leftover foods are composted at the end of the day, unless they can be served again. “It seems like we do waste a lot of food. Overall the whole picture for school food service across the nation’s waste . . . it’s some astronomical number,” Food Service Regional Manager Kenny Witte said. “We actually are continuously improving and forecasting and are trying to make our menus more appealing and getting kids to eat more of the foods that we're offering, so that way we have less waste. It's improving.”

By Addie Gleason and Ulaa Kuziez

February 26, 2020

Second lunch just ended. The cafeteria employees start to evaluate what can be served tomorrow and what will be composted. They walk over to the salad bar and compost all of the vegetables because they are considered contaminated and unfit to eat for a second day. “It's only two inches of produ...

State budget cuts take toll on Del Val

Delaware Valley Regional High School, a designated

By Cori Raike, Abigail Hancsin, Brianna Barbadora, Clare Erwin, Wyatt Titus, and Molly Boetsch

February 26, 2020

Del Val is currently experiencing a 5-year decrease in state funding, and the effects are going to be felt by everyone in the community in the coming months. The Delphi recently spoke with Superintendent Daria Wasserbach and Business Administrator Teresa Barna concerning this year's round of state ed...

Banning of Single-Use Plastics Will Take Effect in the Aloha State

Surfrider Foundation distinguishes from sustainable and harmful packaging with a display.

By Mahealani Deenik, Joby Lum, and Holly Ikeda

February 26, 2020

With several revisions, the anticipated Bill 40, one of the most restrictive single-use plastic bans in the country, was signed on December 17, 2019, by Mayor Kirk Caldwell. The council passed Bill 40 on a 7-2 vote. Stated by the City & Council, "In order to protect the health, life, and property...

Vaping? The real cost

Discounts on vape products rise as teens are being hospitalized.

By Jazmin Chavira, Middle College High School

February 26, 2020

Watermelon, Strawberry Milk, Mango, Churro, Red Bull, Girl Scout Cookies, Key lime Pie, Sherbert. Fun flavors and no strings attached. It seems like a fun time, right? Wrong. The use of electronic cigarettes is skyrocketing among high schoolers and even landing some in the hospital. Manuel Carrillo...

Amber Coon wins battle with sepsis

Senior Amber Coon during her fight with sepsis at St. John's Hospital.

By Hannah Reichert, Meridian Senior High School - IL

February 26, 2020

On Feb. 8, senior Amber Coon noticed her shoulders, back, and neck felt tight and like she could not move well. On the morning of Feb. 10, at 4:30 a.m., Coon was rushed to the hospital after she woke up and noticed she could only move her fingers and toes. Her dad, Justin Coon, and mom, Sonja Coon, then...

Whooping Cough spreads at Jesuit

While there is a vaccine for Pertussis, its impact decreases each year, allowing vaccinated students to contract the illness.

By Virginia Larner, Jesuit High School

February 26, 2020

While Coronavirus is dominating the global health scene, locally, Jesuit faced its own health scare in the last couple months with the whooping cough disease, known more formally as pertussis. With at least four confirmed cases, Jesuit saw unusually high numbers of the rare illness this season.  ...

Lincoln alum makes history as Portland’s first black female fire chief

After making her mark at Lincoln, Sara Boone is now Portland’s first black female fire chief. She
has held the position for the last six months.

By Archie Barnes, Lincoln High School - OR

February 26, 2020

In 1995, when Lincoln alumnus Sara Boone began her training with the Portland Fire Service, she was the first woman of color to join the force. Today, 25 years later, she remains the sole woman of color on a team of 730 working at the Portland Fire Department.  Six months ago, Boone was promoted...

Houselessness concerns students and staff

Signs are posted along NW 15th stating regulations that houseless citizens must abide to.

By Hadley Steele, Lincoln High School - OR

February 26, 2020

Camps belonging to houseless people border the sidewalks of NW Salmon Street and can’t be missed by students dropped off for school or walking to Westside during break. Some have been relocated or removed by the city, but others still remain in place.  Lincoln has a history with houselessness that...

5 CHS Students Charged After Bathroom Robbery Reveals Handgun

Multiple CHS students were charged by MCPD after a gun was stolen during a robbery inside a school bathroom.

By Morgan Bragg, Clarksburg High School

February 25, 2020

5 CHS students were arrested Monday, Feb. 10 after one teen brought a handgun to school and was robbed by other students inside a school bathroom.  Just after 1 p.m., an administrator informed school resource officer Jonathan Pruziner that a CHS student was robbed in one of the school bathrooms....

Clases de Colocación Avanzada: Los Segregadores no Intencionales

At Woodside, students of minority races are less likely to take Advanced Placement classes than their white counterparts.

By Emma Chiu, Woodside High School - CA

February 25, 2020

To read this article in English, click here. El perfil de Woodside de 2018 a 2019 refleja una población diversa. La mayoría de los estudiantes son latinos (49 por ciento) o caucásicos (40 por ciento). Los estudiantes afroamericanos, asiáticos, isleños del Pacífico y de raza mezclada com...

Buttigieg Covers Multitude of Issues at Large Rally in Arlington

Buttigieg's planned town hall turned in a to a rally after such a large turnout.

By Morgan Fischer, Dominion High School

February 25, 2020

On Sunday, February 23rd, Pete Buttigieg: the mayor of South Bend, Indiana and candidate for 2020 Democratic Presidential nominee, traveled to Arlington, VA to speak to Virginians before Super Tuesday on March 3rd. The event, which took place at Washington-Liberty High School’s football field, was...

Wauwatosa West Principal to Retire after Serving District for 29 Years

West Principal Frank Calarco stands in front of the inscription on the wall of his office after being first appointed as Principal. Calarco's friend painted the inscription in his office to stress this message to students.

By Sara Stanislawski, Wauwatosa West High School

February 24, 2020

Wauwatosa West Principal Frank Calarco will retire at the end of the 2019-2020 school year after serving as the West Principal for the last 10 years.  Calarco is no stranger to the Wauwatosa School District. Prior to his appointment as West’s Principal, Calarco served as Roosevelt Elementary...

Car break-ins become frequent in Hinsdale

This month, a 2018 Jaguar F Pace was stolen out of an open garage in Hinsdale. The car was later recovered in Harvey, Ill.

By Sophie Burns, Lia Reichmann, Editor-in-Chief, and Saba Ali, Editor-in-Chief

February 24, 2020

Hinsdale, Ill. and other Chicago suburbs have seen a recent uptick in car break-ins. Criminals from the city have been streaming in towards these towns as they pose easy targets: residents often leave cars unlocked, occasionally with the key inside. On February 11, seven cars across town were burglarized...

Citizens debate how to solve the homeless crisis

After two stabbings involving homeless individuals in Austin, the controversy around the homelessness crisis has entered the mainstream again. In early January, a homeless man went on a stabbing spree, leaving one dead and three injured.

By Dylan Ebs, James Bowie High School

February 24, 2020

After two stabbings involving homeless individuals in Austin, the controversy around the homelessness crisis has entered the mainstream again. In early January, a homeless man went on a stabbing spree, leaving one dead and three injured. Later that month, a homeless woman stabbed five people at 6th Street...

All means all: United Methodist Church split

According to the Pew Research center, the percentage of Methodists who said homosexuality should be accepted increased from 51% to 60% between 2007 and 2014.

By Kate Schreiber, Kirkwood High School

February 24, 2020

An “I heart Jesus” lanyard with a rainbow ribbon and Black Lives Matter pin hangs around his neck and tattoos cover his arms. Recently, a man at the post office asked him what kind of motorcycle he drives. He doesn’t own one, he responds. He drives a green Dodge Caravan with two kids under 10 years...

Religious divisions

A diverse counsel of the United Methodist Church recently proposed a split due to conflicts regarding LGBT believers and gay clergy members.

By Angelina Hicks, Cathedral Catholic High School

February 21, 2020

When First United Methodist Church of San Diego lead pastor Rev. Trudy Robinson thinks about Christianity and the LGBT community, she welcomes all people. “[FUMC] will remain a place where all are welcomed as beloved children of God, and our pastors will continue to focus on the discipleship of...

Church security concerns persist

Bishop Robert McElroy stands alongside Cathedral Catholic High School’s priests during Mass, an event monitored by CCHS security guards.

By Savannah Dupper, Cathedral Catholic High School

February 21, 2020

When Cathedral Catholic High School student Cameron Nash ‘20 attended Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on a recent trip to New York City, he found the church’s heavy security measures as an unpleasant reminder of church shootings and violence. “It was disconcerting because I had to enter through...

The Story of History Rewritten

The Chariot examines the political biases in two THS American history textbooks in comparison to Texas and California’s.

By Kaitlyn Piggott, Troy High School - MI

February 21, 2020

The New York Times released an article on Jan. 12, 2020 examining American History textbooks produced by the same authors in two states: California and Texas. For the most part, their findings were as follows: While the facts were presented in both, Texas textbooks tended to agree more with republican...

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