Podcast Episode 264: Why U.S. History Could be the Next Subject to Go in Our Schools

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In this episode, we discuss the reason Andy wrote an article regarding the anniversary of Pearl Harbor.


We study history to learn from our mistakes.

  • It’s vital to see, as a country, what we did right so we can keep doing it—and what we did wrong so we can avoid it.
  • It’s important to teach U.S. History to avoid an undercurrent of misinformation going throughout the country.
  • Imagine the paths people would go down if they were learning from a lie, rather than learning from the truth.


Most of our high schools have coaches teaching U.S. History.

  • Many students across America are taught by someone without a degree or certification to teach U.S. History.
  • A lot of high schools task the coach with teaching history.
  • American History may be the next subject to go in our schools.


 Tune in to hear more about Andy’s intriguing article on Pearl Harbor.


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