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Monday, February 18, 2019

Know your history? Survey says most don't, particularly in Arkansas

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For today's presidential holiday, the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation prepared a 20-question quiz on American history. 60 percent flunked and Arkansas responses put us in the bottom five states.
The ques
click to enlarge RED MEANS THE WORST: Arkansas joined Louisian a, Alabama, Mississippi and Kentucky ad the bottom of scores on a history quiz.
  • RED MEANS THE WORST: Arkansas joined Louisian a, Alabama, Mississippi and Kentucky ad the bottom of scores on a history quiz.
tions were drawn from material to prepare for the citizenship examination and put to 41,000 people. Only residents in Vermont got a passing grade of D or better, Axios reports. While only 40 percent of all test-takers passed, only 27 percent of those younger than 45 did. More here from the history initiative.

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