In several posts we have described how biased teaching materials about the Arab-Israeli conflict and the history and practice of Islam were used for years in the curriculum of two public high schools in the Boston suburb of Newton, Massachusetts:
The nearly 7-year controversy isn't over, even though some of the worst teaching materials have now been removed. Some teachers are still presenting students with a biased anti-Israel curriculum, as revealed through recent FOIA requests. And an all-day event this spring at one of the high schools included the screening of a set of films allegedly connected to the virulently anti-Israel activist Ali Abunimah.
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