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Model Curriculum Projects

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Cambodian Genocide Model Curriculum
The Cambodian Genocide Model Curriculum will include the incorporation of writings or other media that represent all perspectives of the Cambodian genocide, including oral testimony by survivors, to ensure quality standards and materials for this area of study.
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Hmong History and Cultural Studies Model Curriculum
The Hmong History and Cultural Studies Model Curriculum will include the history of the Hmong people who lived in Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, and China; the history of the Hmong migration to the United States and California, as well as other parts of the world; cultural beliefs, practices, and traditions of the Hmong people, including, among other things, Hmong New Year celebrations, marriages, newborns, and funerals; contributions of the Hmong people to California and the United States; contributions and sacrifices of the Lao-Hmong and other Southeast Asians who served in the “Secret Army” in
Laos, which the United States Central Intelligence Agency funded.
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Vietnamese American Refugee Experience Model Curriculum
The Vietnamese American Refugee Experience Model Curriculum will include the fall of Saigon in 1975; a discussion of the Vietnamese boat people and members of the Republic of Vietnam Armed Forces; the reasons behind the exodus; hardships faced by the Vietnamese people attempting to flee who were apprehended by the communist government; conditions that led to the resettlement of Vietnamese people in the United States.