How much time should Japanese students spend on history?

08/25/2010 | Yomiuri Shimbun (Japan), The

Thirty percent of Japanese high-schoolers choose not to study their country's history, according to one estimate, and national high-school teaching guidelines that take affect in 2013 will not include a greater focus on history. Some municipalities, however, have started classes in Japanese history at their schools.

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