Newsom signs controversial bill requiring ethnic studies for all CA students to complete

California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a law bill Friday afternoon a bill requires students to take ethnic courses in order to graduate. Critics challenge the controversial debate that opens the door to teaching Critical Race Theory in the classroom.

“The bill would further complement one semester course in tribal studies, meet requirements, on graduation programs starting with graduates in 2029-30, including students enrolled in law school,” the Bill, known as AB 101. “The bill would give permission to local educational institutions, including constitutional schools, for a year-long course in ethnic studies with their own views.”

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One of the authors of the bill, a member of the Democrat Assembly, Jose Medina, says the bill is needed in public schools.

“The placement of ethnic studies in high school is long,” Medina said. “Students will not be able to fully comprehend the history of our country and the world without the contribution of the talents and struggles of Native Americans, African Americans, Latinos, and Asian Americans.”

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According to Cal Matters, the lessons provided in the case study include, “Migration Stories and Oral History,” #BlackLivesMatter and Social Change, “” Afrofuturism: Imagination of the Future and Science Fiction, “” U.S. participants. Outside, “” The Immigration Experience of the Lao Americans “and” This is the Land of India: Purpose, Politics, and Practice of Faith. “

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The bill was opposed by the editorial board of the Los Angeles Times which feared it would give too much attention to schools, and thousands in the Southern California Jewish community opposed the bills because they considered older translations to be anti-semitic.

Some have accusation a bill to open the door to the Critical Race Theory, which is controversial the show demonstrates in schools across the state that competes with the United States effectively.

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