Draft curriculum puts Australian history in worldwide context

A new draft of the national curriculum reduces the emphasis on recent Australian history and instead places those lessons within the context of world events. Officials said that the country's history cannot be viewed in a bubble apart from other countries and that the new curriculum teaches students to view Australia as part of world history and to analyse its role in events that shaped that history.

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