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How the shake-up of Sweden's school curriculum could affect your children

Here's what parents and teachers should know about planned changes to the school curriculum. Photo: Ann-Sofi Rosenkvist/imagebank.sweden.se

Published: 16.Oct.2019 08:05 hrs

Sweden's National Agency for Education (Skolverket) has presented proposals for changes to the school curriculum. Here's what parents need to know about the plans.

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The curriculum currently in place has been largely unchanged since 2011, and have received criticism from teachers, students and their parents that grading criteria can be hard to interpret.

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