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Curriculum Change And Social Cohesion In Conflict-Affected Societies: Assessing curriculum policy

Focusing on processes of curriculum policy change in the wake of civil strife arguably provides a more nuanced understanding of the nature of the relationships between formal schooling, social divisions, and political violence, where such issues are more apparently explicit than in other contexts. Assessing the ways in which formal schooling may be seen to have undermined social cohesion in such cases, helps to delve more fully into the question of how education can also contribute to reconstructing and renewing social peace based on justice. Moreover, understanding the role of education in general, and of curriculum policy in particular, in their capacity to erode or reinforce social cohesion in the context of conflict-affected societies, is relevant to efforts at peacebuilding education in all societies.  Below you will find the analytical framework that can be used to assess curriculum policy, as well as an article demonsrating the use of the framework in  range of contexts worldwide.