Ethnic Studies Myths 

It's time to separate fact from fiction regarding TUSD's Mexican-American Studies classes

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In Arizona, we have firsthand experience with the power of myth—for example, think of Gov. Jan Brewer's claim of an endless stream of headless corpses in the desert. It's that kind of storytelling that has helped our state become a top exporter…

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