Indonesia to boost moral education in schools

With extremist groups targeting the young and vulnerable, schools are preparing to place more emphasis on steering students in the right direction. But some worry the move could mean less time for math and languages.

By Yenny Herawati for Khabar Southeast Asia in Jakarta

April 25, 2013


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