South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem’s administration released a report Monday night conducted by the Department of Education looking into whether or not “divisive topics” were being taught in South Dakota K-12 public schools.
You can read the report here.
The report was conducted after Governor Noem ordered it via an executive order in April. According to the report, out of thousands of items reviewed a quote “very small number of items” were deemed to be out of alignment with Governor Neom’s executive order. The report says one course “introduction to law and public safety” could be considered potentially problematic. However, the report also states the course is rarely offered in South Dakota and meant for post secondary education.