It's not reported in any of the media/newspaper sites, but Tuscon USD will again be offering culturally-relevant literature classes, linking with the previous banning of the Mexican-American studies program (see the documentary Precious Knowledge for details). I found the announcement at the TUSD website. Per the TUSD site - "The literature curriculum was the first portion of culturally relevant curriculum to come before the governing board for approval. Culturally relevant curriculum for course studies in history and government is currently being reviewed by the Arizona Department of Education and will be made available for public review and comments before being submitted to the board for approval". I am curious what Curtis Acosta and José González, critical educators intimately involved in this struggle, think of this.