A Texas school administrator attempting to explain the state’s new curriculum requirements suggested that books on the Holocaust should be balanced with “opposing” viewpoints, per audio obtained by NBC News.
During a training session with teachers on Friday in Southlake, Texas, Gina Peddy, the executive director of curriculum and instruction for Carroll School District, told them, “We are in the middle of a political mess, and you are in the middle of a political mess, and so we just have to do the best that we can. You’re gonna do what you do best. And that’s to teach kids.”
One teacher said, “I think we’re all just really terrified.”
“I think you are terrified, and I wish I could take