To give this perspective you really need to follow the link and read the news article.
There is a movement afoot all over the USA for what one might call, “Balanced perspectives in education.” Every intelligent person understands that there is usually more than one perspective on things. History and even science can be prone to paradigms that today are considered “absolute truth” but tomorrow are found to be wrong.
History is told from the perspective of the conqueror and tends to leave out minority views. Science is based on theories which are formed on existing facts and evidence. However, there is seldom enough evidence to prove any one theory to be 100 percent correct. Science is a system of successive approximation. Over time, new evidence is developed, and science revises existing theories. In many cases, we have seen old theories replaced by new theories.
Thus, on the face of it, one might wonder how any logical or rational or sane person could question this…
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