Why Do Young People Have Trouble With U.S. History?

Their access to information is conflicting with the curated version we try to teach them.

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History and the Rise of the Information Age

In the past, information was easier to control. School boards and boards of education carefully selected text books, and beyond that, the student had to go out of their way to learn more. Critical interpretations of history have long existed, but students had to seek out such resources from a bookstore or a library.

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