Khmer Rouge Gets Little Notice in Cambodian Education Thirty years after the atrocities of the Khmer Rouge, Cambodian school children are taught almost nothing about that dark period in their country s history. Critics say this curriculum hole needs to be filled to help the country heal deep societal wounds. NPR's Michael Sullivan reports.
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Khmer Rouge Gets Little Notice in Cambodian Education

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Khmer Rouge Gets Little Notice in Cambodian Education

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Thirty years after the atrocities of the Khmer Rouge, Cambodian school children are taught almost nothing about that dark period in their country s history. Critics say this curriculum hole needs to be filled to help the country heal deep societal wounds. NPR's Michael Sullivan reports.