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STEM relegates humanities to second-class status

March 25, 2014
John Halverson, Marshalltown

The March 16 Times-Republican editorial praises the Marshalltown school district as a leader in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, but neglects to mention other school subjects. Is the Marshalltown school district also a leader in history, civics, and literature (humanities) education? Does the Marshalltown school district, or any other school district, even want to be a leader in humanities education?



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