Florida Department of Education has released nearly 6,000 pages to shed light on why 54 math textbooks were rejected.
The Books, pointed at in its release, covered critical racial theory, and social and emotional learning, the agency said.
A number of reviewers flagged also flagged the books as a critical issue.
In the books, a few math questions were based on data comparing racial prejudice to political affiliation.
A series of follow-up questions about students’ performance in some other textbooks were disallowed for being social and emotional learning.
The material was complemented with comments from several people.
In one review, a textbook was flagged for stating global warming as a fact but not introducing natural immunity as an alternative to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Another criticized the textbook for using the wage gap between men and women as evidence for not promoting gender equality.
Meanwhile, there is still time for textbook manufacturers to update their books.
“They do it or they don’t do it. Regardless, the kids are going to come to school in August, whether we have books or not,” Daniel Smith with the Seminole Education Association stated.
According to Florida State, 19 of 54 rejected books were added back to the approved list as of Wednesday.