US history, gov’t class for NC college students passes House

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Passing a U.S. history or government class would become a graduation requirement for future North Carolina public university and community college students in legislation approved Wednesday by the state House.

Mandate supporters say it’s needed for young people to boost understanding of the branches of government and other American principles, as well as the nation’s successes and failures. A civics course is already needed by public high school students.

Read more from WRAL News.


Most Popular