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The Future Of Civics Education In Massachusetts13:59
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Members of the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. (Courtesy of the department)

After a multi-year process, the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education will vote later this month on revised curriculum framework for social studies and civics.

At the same time, both the House and Senate have passed bills that would add an experiential learning component to the civics curriculum. We look at what the changes would mean for teachers and students across the state.

Guests

Jessica Landersocial studies teacher at Lowell High School, contributor for The Boston Globe. She tweets @jessica_lander.

Arielle Jenningsexecutive director of Generation Citizen Massachusetts. She tweets @ariellej72.

This segment aired on June 13, 2018.

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