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Interesting Facts About Education In Different Countries by BarbaraYates(f): 6:27pm On May 01, 2020

There are many countries and nationalities in the world, and each of them has its own rich history and culture. The same can be said of education. Some interesting facts about education are quite logical and seem completely natural. But there are those who amaze with their incredibility, and inevitably you begin to look for exactly where they are rooted. Each country has its own system of traditions, habits and its own mentality. Knowing and understanding these traditions will help to understand what determines the characteristics of educational systems. But this is all a long and energy-intensive process, so let's just voice the features of training in different countries, without delving into their origin. So, let's begin:

Australia. Paradoxically, in this very large country a small population (even less than in Canada). In remote areas, schools are not always found, so children who live far from educational institutions study remotely by radio. There are even special broadcasts for them.

India. Due to overpopulation, it was decided to build very large schools. Therefore, the largest school in the world is located in India, and about 32 thousand students study in it.

China. Well, no one has time for games. In this country, students have the largest amount of homework, so large that many of them live in schools, coming home only on weekends.

In French schools - the shortest school year, but the longest school day.

In bilingual Canada, children study in two languages ​​- English and French.

Brazil. In this country, family dinners are so important that the school day starts very early - at seven in the morning. And all in order for the children to finish their studies and return home for dinner with their family by dinner time. Well, they are not offended, because until the next rise early in the morning they still have plenty of time to sleep.

In Russia, a lot of students ask for college essay writing help than writing it yourself.

In the Netherlands, children go to school as soon as they reach school age at four years old. It's too early, isn't it?
Italy has the smallest school in the world, in which only one child is studying and is located in Turin.

Only in Bangladesh can you see floating boats. In this country, a very big problem with floods and boating schools were an option to solve this problem. These boats have everything you need, including the Internet and libraries.

Iceland is a country with a very harsh climate and warm knitwear is in great demand. Perhaps that is why here in the school curriculum there is such an object as knitting. Very practical, isn't it?

The school year at the Japanese school begins in April. And no one can explain why. But at least Japanese children have summer holidays, and this is extremely important.

All traditions are unique, and sometimes shocking. But, do not forget that residents of other countries can think the same about the traditions of our country.

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Re: Interesting Facts About Education In Different Countries by Fidelismaria: 6:36pm On May 01, 2020

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Re: Interesting Facts About Education In Different Countries by selfwife(f): 1:02am On May 02, 2020
In Nigeria, after school lesson,after lesson,private lesson . During holidays,lesson.

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