Curriculum review is a necessary part of the curriculum enhancement process. Its purpose is twofold: to understand what messages concerning learning to live together (LTLT) and disaster risk reduction (DRR) currently feature in curriculum documents and textbooks; and to understand how these priority messages are conveyed in classrooms. In order to decide what, if any, curriculum changes are required, it is first necessary to know what is already in place. In other words, the present situation needs to be thoroughly understood, which is the task of the curriculum review.
Safety, resilience, and social cohesion: a guide for curriculum developers