Hi everybody! I've found this sentence while reading an English Grammar book: "More schools will be including Shakespeare on their syllabuses". I was wondering -- wouldn't "in" be more correct than "on"? Because of the connotation of "includes"... something included is something that is set IN or INSIDE something. In addition to this I've googled "include in" and "include on" and saw the same number of hits with both patterns. Thanks in advance!