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Social studies taught in Spanish

Being taught about famous people and events in Wisconsin history in Spanish is not how some Waunakee parents want their fourth-graders learning social studies at school.

“We as parents have been in such an uproar over this,” said Keith Wilke about the district’s elementary language program in which students learn Spanish by having the language integrated into social studies lessons for 30 minutes three days a week in first through fourth grades. “They’re force-fed Spanish.”

WSJ

Hint: if you create the rare thing that is not a failure, don’t invite everyone else in to make it like their own failed states of origin.

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