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Facts about education in different countries
There are so many countries in the World, that different nations created their own traditions and cultures, which vary widely. The same we can say about education. Some of the amazing facts in the educational system of different countries are quite logical and seem to be absolutely natural. But there are some other facts that are so unbelievable that we start to look for the roots of their origin! Every country has its own system of traditions, habits, and mentality.
1. India. Because of overpopulation, it was decided to save some territories by establishing extremely big schools. That’s why the biggest school in the World is located in India. This is the City Montessori School with 32,000 students studying in.
2. China. Because of studying, Chinese children do not have enough time to play. Students in this country have the biggest amount of homework assignments. Furthermore, as a rule, children live in their schools and come back home only for weekends.
3. Students in France have the shortest school year and the longest school day. 4. Children in Canada are taught both in English and French. This is a real bilingual country.
5. Brazil. Having a lunch with family is so important in this country that children have to start a school day at 7 o’clock! So after their classes are over, they can come back home and have a lunch with their families. Nevertheless, they still have a lot of time to sleep before the next early morning wake up.
6. The children in Holland all start school on their fourth birthday so there’s always someone new in class.
7. Italy. There’s the smallest school in the World, with only one student studying in. This school is located in Torino.
8. Iceland is the country with very severe climate. Maybe that’s why all of the citizens must know how to knit a warm sweater. So if you study in Icelandic school, you will probably see in your schedule a subject called knitting.
9. Boys and girls are educated separately in Iran until they reach university. Even teachers must be of the same gender as the classes they teach.
10. America is where you’ll find the world’s oldest teacher, Agnes Zhelesnik, who is 101 years old.
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