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10 Facts About Education All Over The World
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Published: Aug 27, 2016

Every school around the world is different from each other. All over the world each country’s school has a particular habit or culture which would seem alien to anyone else who doesn’t go to that school.

Here are some facts about schools all around the world:

1. Students in China receive the most homework. At an average a student gets 14 hours of homework a week!

Source: telegraph.co.uk
Source: telegraph.co.uk

2. Children in Chile get three months off from school from mid December to early March.

Source: emaze.com
Source: emaze.com

3. France has the shortest school year, but have the longest school days.

Source: rydalpenrhos.com
Source: rydalpenrhos.com

4. Children in Germany receive a special cone called Schultüte, which is filled with pens, pencils, books and snacks. But they can only open it when school starts.

Source: ytti.de
Source: ytti.de

5. In Holland children start going to school when they turn 4 so there’s always someone new in class everyday!

Source: pbs.org
Source: pbs.org

6. In Finland however children start school at the age of 7 which is the oldest ages around the world to start school

Source: theweek.co.uk
Source: theweek.co.uk

7. In Japan schools have no canteens or janitors the children being their own food and clean their own class rooms.

Source: ithinkincomics.net
Source: ithinkincomics.net

8. In Brazil it’s part of their culture to have meals with their family which is why school starts at 7 am and ends at noon so children can have lunch with their parents.

Source: soaresbrasil08.blogspot.com
Source: soaresbrasil08.blogspot.com

9. It isn’t compulsory to go to school in Kenya but children still go

Source: educationandtransition.org
Source: educationandtransition.org

10. In Iran classes are segregated until the children go to college

Source: youtube.com
Source: youtube.com