AZCentral.com reports that the state of Arizona is mulling over the prospect of having mandatory U.S. history courses in state public colleges and universities. The American Council of Trustees and Alumni is asking Arizona’s public universities to require one course in U.S. history of each student before graduation. The group thinks this is a good way to give students a deeper understanding of their country. However, this news is not necessarily being universally welcomed by educators. In addition to logistical issues, many students are simply “sick” of studying U.S. history by the time they reach college. Furthermore, the question remains of what version of U.S. history, and whose perspective would be taught…