That's a very communist response. I see you have no idea how the United States work. There isn't a federal curriculum for one sided education like Cuba, Soviet Union, and Canada.
Schools can actually order books that have all sides of history.
That's exactly why communism and especially socialism, is such a failure.
No, there are actually strict mandates to be followed in teacher training, administration training, and certification guidelines for schools that are very uniform throughout the nation. This is how schools are put in line, at least for public schools and colleges. It's also why a high school diploma is valid across different jurisdictions.
Unless someone goes to boarding school, or a specialized private institute, it's likely that everyone who took "economics 101" learned only about market-driven principles...as an example. There are others, like Law, English, etc. Public school teaches us to be citizens of our nation, not citizens of some other nation...that's ridiculous!
I hope you didn't go to public school, or as economists call it: public sector non-profits. Education (and the military, I'd say) are probably the most "communist" things there are...even in the most capitalist of nations. And there's nothing wrong one way or another. The wrong thing is going to extremes. One is not better than the other. This is what critical education...made proudly in the west...should teach us.