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Tennessee parents angry over high school curriculum

Tennessee parents angry over high school curriculum

WKRN, Nashville News, Nashville Weather and Sports

Several Williamson County parents are asking for the school district to take a closer look at a book being used in a high school class.

The textbook is used in a Human Geography class which studies the world, its people, communities and cultures.

However, some parents fear students are being exposed to questionable content.

"[The book states] that Hamas, Hezbollah, and the PLO are called ‘political parties' in the book when our own state department classifies them as terrorist organizations," parent Hugh Nemets told Nashville's News 2. 

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