coaching coders coding 7374A recent state law requires history, as taught in public K-12 schools, to incorporate the roles of people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or disabled.

A Sonoma State professor is leading the effort to suggest just how that could be done.

For many students in California today, says Don Romesburg, a professor of Women and Gender Studies at SSU, a wider teaching of inclusion may simply reflect their world back to them, even at a young age.

For high school students, such an expanded curriculum helps explain the development of the society in which they are coming of age.

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