Opinion: How to improve history lessons in England:

12/21/2011 | Guardian (London), The

The recent statistics showing that fewer students in England are studying history is alarming, a former professor says. In this article, Chris Skidmore recommends several ways in which history lessons can be improved to boost student interest. He suggests working to include history and modern languages in the curriculum in primary school, while history should be taught chronologically in secondary school, he writes.

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