East Wake High School history teacher Janine Dube speaks to students during an open house event in 2014. An N.C. House bill would tweak the “founding principles” that high school history classes must include.
East Wake High School history teacher Janine Dube speaks to students during an open house event in 2014. An N.C. House bill would tweak the “founding principles” that high school history classes must include. MECHELLE HANKERSON mhankerson@newsobserver.com
East Wake High School history teacher Janine Dube speaks to students during an open house event in 2014. An N.C. House bill would tweak the “founding principles” that high school history classes must include. MECHELLE HANKERSON mhankerson@newsobserver.com
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