Schools Around The World BY CHANCE
- finnish kids dont start school till they are seven years old
- they rarely take tests or do homework till they are teens
- the children are not measured at all for the first 6 years
- all children cleaver or not are in the same class room
- 66 percent of all students go to college - highest in europe
Elementary school students get 75 minutes of recess a day in Finnish versus an average of 27 minutes in the US.
Teachers only spend 4 hours a day in the classroom, and take 2 hours a week for "professional development".
this has the south korea,japan,china,canda THESE ARE THE FLAGS THAT I KNOW IN THE PICTURE.
people with the canada flag
THE FLAG OF CANADA
the CANADA flag
schools in germany!
- The German education system is different in many ways from the ones in other countries, but it produces high-performing students.
- the man who invented kindergarden was a german man
- after 4th grade kids are seperrated into differnt schools depending on there abilities
- German students at public schools attend school in the morning. Classes normally start between 7:30 and 8:15 a.m. and can end between 12 noon and 1:30 p.m.
- There can be a lot of homework and heavy emphasis on the "three Rs" - reading, writing and aRithmatic.
BBC News Is South Korean education 'best in world'?
Canada's Coolest School Trip - 2015 trip highlights
Inside a North Korean School (DPRK)
schools in hungrey
- The decline of Hungary's population that started in 1981 has also continued in recent years.
- According to the 2001 census, the population of Hungary was 10,198,000, about half a million less than the figure of twenty years earlier.