New Reviews Posted

Truth in Textbooks has updated the TNT website with the a total of 36 more reviews that originated as a result of the California and North Carolina reviews conducted last year.

California reviews (K-8) and a Report Card for the 28 textbooks can be found on this page.  Ratings have been applied to each of the textbooks.  This link is to a summary of many of the worse errors found in all reviews.

North Carolina reviews (9-12) can be found on this page.  Ratings on these textbooks have not been applied but will be in the near future.  We will update the reports as soon as we get the final ratings.  This link is to the summary of many of the worse errors found in all reviews.


1. Contact your local school board and determine the social studies textbooks used for the specific grades that these textbook reviews cover.  Obtain the name of the publisher, the title of the textbook, edition/version and ISBN and date of the textbook.

2. Compare the list received from local school boards to the lists of books reviewed on our website.  If the textbook is on any of the lists then review the errors found in the textbooks.

3. Obtain a copy of the textbook, if possible, or go to the school and take the time to confirm the errors found in the report are in the textbook you wish to critique.  Highlight on the report the worse errors found within the textbook. Use the index in the textbook to quickly find the references to those particular topics.

4. Arrange a meeting with your local school board member. Bring with you your notes and talking points on the specific errors spelled out in the report.  If unable, speak to the local principal and bring to their attention the TNT report and the errors found in the textbook.  Leave with either representative a copy of the full report and specific errors you highlighted during your research.

5. Request time to appear above the local school board if the textbooks have not been purchased yet, i.e. are being considered for purchase.  Bring several friends to the meeting and have each representative speak on a different parts of the book insuring you are covering a wide range of errors, i.e. climate change, religion, US history, Islam, Israel, etc.

6. If no action is taken, do one of the following. (a).  Run for local school board or appeal to get on the local textbook review committee (if there is such a position).  When you run for office, make one of the primary campaign issues the issue of textbooks. If running against an incumbent, use some of the most outrageous errors in the campaign.  Quote from the textbooks in question during debates and ask why the incumbent would approve of such books.

If you need specific help on strategy, please contact us at Truth in Textbooks at . You can also call 214.924.9033, Lt Col (ret) Roy White, Founder/President of Truth in Textbooks.

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Truth in Textbooks is excited to announce a new partner to join with the Florida Citizen’s Alliance in our fight to return truth to our children’s social studies textbooks, The Report Card.

 The Report Card

Posting announcing partnership between The Report and Truth in Textbooks

“The Report Card” founded by Bill Korach in 2011 has the express goal of “restoring truth to education”.  Based out of Florida but with a readership that stretches across the United States, “The Report Card” keeps its readers up to date on education trends at the K-12 as well on college campuses.

The Report Card is at the forefront of exposing biases found in the textbooks and other flaws within the American education system that corrupt the foundational principles America is founded upon.

Just a few of the hundreds of articles relating to education are below:

Exposing the dangers of Common Core

Trump Supports School Choice, Opposes Common Core-Is Attacked by Teachers Union
New Book Proves Common Core is Bad for American Education

Exposing the liberal biases on college campuses

Prof: Left-wing College Dominance is a Disease
Multiculturalism at Yale: Remove Portraits of White Men

Agenda laden sex education, promoting transgender agendas and promotion of a pro-LGBT agenda in schools

Delaware K-12 Kids to Decide Gender & Race Without Parent Consent
Pediatrician and Pastor Oppose Transgender School Indoc-“It’s Child Abuse”
LGBT Bullies Sue St. Johns FL Schools to Force Transgender Bathrooms

Exposing the madness of multiculturalism

School Librarian Scorns First Lady’s Dr. Seuss Gift: Books are “Racist
White Authors Verboten at Reed College

Based in Florida, The Report Card has loyal Floridians who have taken up The Report Card’s call to become activists in their school districts in taking back the classroom from “educrats” who for years have gone unchallenged.

Truth in Textbooks is proud to partner with readers of The Report Card and hope those who follow TNT will join the mailing list for The Report Card by  adding your name to the right on the The Report Card homepage on the right side of the homepage where you can enter your email address.

You can also “Like” their Facebook page by clicking here.

We urge those supporters of The Report Card to sign up to participate in the Truth in Textbooks training for volunteers on how to become social studies textbook reviewers.

Persons can write to to start the process or can visit this link to learn more about how to participate.


Review of “Mexican American Studies Toolkit” Textbook – Not Worthy for Our Children

November 3, 2017

Truth in Textbooks (TNT) conducted a thorough review of a Mexican American textbook under consideration by the Texas State Board of Education by the author Tony Diaz entitled “The Mexican American Studies ToolKit”. The full review (51 pages) can be found at this link.  It was completed by Dr. Sandra Alfonsi, Truth in Textbooks Senior […]

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Removal of Some Social Studies Texas Essential Knowledge Skills (TEKS) – How To Prevent Further Dilution of Our History?

October 13, 2017

Mandated Removal of Social Studies TEKS (Standards)-Why? Texas teachers are faced with too much material to cover in an ever shrinking classroom schedule dedicated to actual teaching. This is true from the perspective of teachers, parents and administrators…too much has been added that is “required” to be tested and taught. An Opening to Remove Important […]

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Spreading TNT to Seattle and Bellevue WA

September 6, 2017

A great luncheon and dinner presentation to concerned Washingtonians this week resulted in some new relationships and exposure for TNT.  This was arranged by Ann, one of our TNT reviewers. She reached out to representatives from other patriotic and education oriented groups who are also concerned about the instructional materials found in our children’s classrooms. […]

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Truth in Textbooks – Training Recap + Future Plans

August 26, 2017

2016 – 2017 TNT Recap – Lots of Training!   Link to latest TNT Info Brochure   Truth in Textbooks continues to conduct training sessions for interested volunteers.  In 2016 TNT conducted three training classes and so far in 2017 two classes have been conducted.  Our current class of 40+ volunteers will bring our total […]

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Changes at Truth in Textbooks (Formerly Known as Truth in Texas Textbooks)

January 17, 2016

Truth in Textbooks (TNT), formerly known as Truth in Texas Textbooks (TTT) is joining with  Textbook Alert  to form the most extensive teams of social studies textbook reviewers in the country. TNT is seeking volunteers to review social studies textbooks with training classes beginning in April, July and Oct 2016. You can write to […]

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TTT Report Card Posted & FAQ

February 1, 2015

For those waiting for the TTT Report Card, it has now been posted for your use.   The goal of this one page report (front and back) TTT Final Textbooks Ratings_31_Jan_2015 is to provide parents, concerned citizens, school board members and others a simple tool that can be used to impact the decisions on which social studies […]

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Mid-Term Report Card Coming Soon!

January 20, 2015

TTT Update – Local Districts Reviewing Textbooks Currently the 1200+ school districts in Texas are in the process of setting up review panels and beginning the arduous task of reviewing nearly 90 social studies instructional materials. By the end of February the committees will make their recommendations to the local school boards for approval and […]

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Merry Christmas and Update from TTT

December 25, 2014

This is part of a post I shared with our volunteers that includes an update on TTT and our progress in preparing our “report card” of the textbooks reviewed. On behalf of all of the volunteers at TTT we wish to wish a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and a Happy New Year to all visitors […]

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