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Mom outraged by answer to quiz question

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A mom in Texas is upset over the answer to a question on a quiz her son was given at school.

TheBlaze reports that the mom is 'furious' because the answer to a question on a quiz about terrorism allegedly blamed the United States for the terror attacks on September 11, 2001.

The question on the test read: "Why might the United States be a target for terrorism?"

The correct answer to the question being: "Decisions made in the United States might have had negative effects on people elsewhere."

The mother, Kara Sands, says she is so upset because the United States didn't deserve the terror attacks that killed over 3,000 people and she says the question tries to justify that the U.S. is responsible.

Sands met with school officials and they reportedly reached out to directors of the program responsible for the controversial video shown in her son's class that the test was based on.

The program, Safari Montage, is reported to be standing behind their video but the corresponding quiz that they say may have caused confusion has been changed.

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