Learning About History From Television

Our history classes need an upgrade

I’m a product of the Orange County Public Schools education system. I learned from fantastic teachers who made learning fun and engaging. Though, there are major portions of our American history that simply were not taught in school. Instead, I’ve learned about our major moments in history from unlikely places.

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I help writers and nonprofits grow. Editor of The Writing Cooperative. Contact at JustinCox.com

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Justin Cox

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I help writers and nonprofits grow. Editor of The Writing Cooperative. Contact at JustinCox.com

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