Near the end of this year’s regular legislative session, Senate Education Chairman Dan Patrick, R-Houston, announced the state-developed curriculum system, known as CSCOPE, would no longer provide Texas public schools with lesson plans.
The decision came after outcry over a perceived anti-American agenda in the lesson plans, used in some part by 70 percent of Texas school districts. The lesson plans were the subject of exhaustive hearings before legislative committees and the State Board of Education.
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