Local school districts are reacting to coming changes to the CSCOPE curriculum, after state education officials announced plans to gut resources included in the widely used system.
Earlier this week, state Sen. Dan Patrick said the 20-member board overseeing the CSCOPE system pledged to vote to throw out lesson plans provided to districts in response to conservative politicians and activist groups who claimed some of those lessons contained controversial or unpatriotic content.
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