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MChe Lee

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MChe Lee

How are educators being equipped with the tools to teach Asian American history?

Earlier this year, Illinois educators began to roll out lessons on Asian American history to fulfill a new requirement in the state. Reset discusses the challenges of teaching traditionally underrepresented histories and how educators are working together to share a richer story of Asian Americans. GUESTS: Grace Pai, executive director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice Chicago Laura Houcque Prabhakar, educator for Noble Schools in Chicago

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Earlier this year, Illinois educators began to roll out lessons on Asian American history to fulfill a new requirement in the state.

Reset discusses the challenges of teaching traditionally underrepresented histories and how educators are working together to share a richer story of Asian Americans.

GUESTS: Grace Pai, executive director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice Chicago
Laura Houcque Prabhakar, educator for Noble Schools in Chicago

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