North Korea recently passed a law that requires students from pre-primary schools to read about the country’s dictator Kim Jong-un. According to local newspapers, the new provision has been added to the North Korean curriculum, under which students will have to read about the dictator for one and a half hours every day. It has been named Greatness Education, through which the regime seeks to make people loyal to the leadership of North Korea.
Kim Jong-un’s sister Kim Yo-jong is reported to have recently ordered changes in the curriculum of Greatness Education (Greatness Education) and the new curriculum has now been extended to all schools in the country. According to Daily NK, a South Korean newspaper, the new curriculum is aimed at children aged between five and six. They will also be taught about 30–30 minutes of Kim Jong-un’s father Kim Jong-il and grandfather Kim Il-sung’s childhood each day, and the remaining 30 minutes about the country’s revolutionary songs.
What will be taught about Kim Jong-un ?: It is reported that children in the new curriculum will also be taught about Kim Jong-un’s childhood and will be told that Kim rides yachts when he was 5 years old, specializes in target practice, and is interested in studies Was. Apart from this, the stories of Kim will also be narrated.
According to experts, due to the new curriculum, children can suffer a lot. This is because already in pre-school children have a total of 3 hours in school. Some of this time is earmarked for physical education, drama, and studies. Under the new curriculum, they will now have to devote some extra time to ‘greatness education’.