Gavin Newsom wants to know which textbook publishers caved to Florida's demands.
Newsom said his office sent a public records request to the Florida Department of Education to see which publishers it asked to change their books.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom is demanding textbook publishers hand over records to show if any companies making reading materials for the state had caved to Florida's demands to remove some topics about race and other historical subjects.
Publishers can still make an appeal if their book was added to the list, and the list is expected to shorten.
Newsom sent a letter to book publishers on Saturday demanding to know if any of the textbook publishers making books for California schools had changed them to meet Florida's new curriculum demands.
My School and Family," published by Teacher's Curriculum Institute, was rejected for containing "special topics," The Tampa Bay Times reported. »