History courses are seen as lacking in some English schools

There is concern over a lack of time dedicated to history lessons in England's secondary schools, but Schools Secretary Ed Balls said that teachers should be given latitude in their lesson plans. Balls said it is appropriate for schools to cover a three-year history course in just two years, and a recent study found that about one-in-20 schools were doing so.

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