MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A leader of the Wisconsin AFL-CIO says the perspective of business is well-represented in school textbooks, but the role of organized labor is rarely taught.
That’s why AFL-CIO secretary Phil Neuenfeldt backs legislation to require every school board to incorporate labor history and the collective bargaining process into its curriculum.
Every special interest — animal, vegetable or mineral — added to a curriculum means less attention given to basic education.
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