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I welcome comments like Linda Morse's on standards.
Yes, it seems that there is no acknowledgement that the common good is contested ground as Keith Barton and Linda Levstik have written about in their _Teaching History for the Common Good_: https://www.amazon.com/Teaching-History-Common-Keith-Barton/dp/0805839313
Yes, it seems that the new Frameworks seem to take no notice of changes brought by the historical thinking movement. Or, as many simple seem to know it SHEG: https://sheg.stanford.edu/
I think sources such as Leutze's Washington Crossing the Delaware or John Trumbull's Declaration of Independence (https://youtu.be/DT0qNAYJQWU) have to be taught as both primary and secondary sources as Sue Wise suggests. In other words collective memory and historiography have to be embedded in our course.