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More states in America are taking the initiative to implement a K-12 curriculum inside a classroom to put an end to the anti-Asian hare. The curriculum involves the history, contributions and heritage of the AAPI community.
Specifically speaking, a total of seven American states by laws are needed to incorporate AAPI studies in their curriculums.
It felt quite reassuring to find out that 10 other states, including the District of Columbia, expected their schools to equip students with an overall understanding of AAPI studies or give lessons on at least three events in AAPI history.
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