Indonesian schools drop science classes to increase religion studies
Students raise their hands to answer a question in a 5th grade social studies class at their school on February 19, 2013 in Jakarta, Indonesia. A new schools curriculum to take effect in July, 2013 has drawn criticism for its plans to drop science and english classes to provide more time for social and religious education, at a time when Indonesian students are falling behind other countries in the region in Science and Math. (Getty Images)
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