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Two hundred thirty-five million Mexican children who returned to school on Monday learned an important lesson—you can’t believe everything you read. It turns out that 235 million of the elementary school textbooks provided by the government’s Education Department were riddled with at least 117 errors, including misspellings, grammar and punctuation mistakes, and a map that put the popular tourist city of Tulum in the wrong state. “We’ve learned our lesson,” one of the book’s editors said. “How were we to know that using Google Translate on an American textbook wouldn’t work?”

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