British historians demand curricular reforms

A government-funded report by the British Historical Association is calling for an overhaul of the secondary school history curriculum to prevent hundreds of thousands of 14-year-olds from dropping the subject. The study recommends making the study of history mandatory up to age 16, eliminating exam questions that encourage and reward speculation and rebalancing the curriculum to reduce an overemphasis on Hitler.

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