Today’s curriculum, tomorrow’s history 

“I wonder what a history book was like in ancient times. Maybe just a few pages, but since then, history books have grown to be a lot of pages, and people know more things. More and more beautiful books are born, and more information reaches us. This can also be seen in schools because the graduation exam first meant a lot of knowledge, but today, you must spend more years at the school desk. How long can the curriculum expand? How long can everything stay the way it is now? Let’s travel forward in time a little bit… “

It was a huge opportunity to publish in the New Education (Új Köznevelés) magazine from a student’s perspective about compulsory reading. I wrote the article as a high school student, and I remember that I got a phone call while at Lake Balaton on a vacation with my classmates that the article got into the magazine.