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Analysis and Evaluation of the New Palestinian Curriculum Report II (2004)

The Palestinian education system has made strides in making students think more critically and collaborate with others in harmony, with the new curriculum as an example. However, in the haste to promote harmony and avoid controversy and conflict, they gloss over controversial and sensitive political and social problems and the realities of racial, ethnic, national, civil and religious identities. Palestinian education should encourage pluralism and should prepare their pupils to know themselves as well as their neighbors.

Read the full report: Analysis and Evaluation of the New Palestinian Curriculum Report II (2004)