Proposal calls for more religious education in Indonesian schools

Officials in Indonesia are considering implementing a new elementary-school curriculum that would blend science and social studies lessons with other subjects to allow more time in the class schedule for instruction in religion. Supporters say increased violence and vandalism reported among youths has led to the call for lessons in tolerance and empathy.

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