Iraqi schools ponder how to teach country's history

06/30/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Educators in Iraq say they are conflicted on how to teach students about sensitive subjects in the country's history, including the government of Saddam Hussein and the American invasion. Unesco is helping the country overhaul its curriculum, and the official in charge of the process said there is deep disagreement over the events of 2003 and the invasion. "So we don't address this subject," he said.

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