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This Is How The School Classrooms Looks Like Around The World

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5. Kenya

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Kenya had problems in this field. Recently, they have focused on educations. Almost 85% of the children enrolled in the primary school and 75% of them pursued the education further in secondary classes. Moreover, 60% of the students go for higher studies.

 

6. Japan

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Education in Japan is compulsory at the elementary and lower-secondary levels. Education prior to elementary school is provided at kindergartens and day-care centers.

 

7. Spain

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In the Spanish School classrooms, the students are taught in their regional language. Furthermore, for the age group of 6 to 16 years, the education is free and compulsory.

 

8. Dubai

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Dubai follows the law of free and compulsory education for primary and secondary students. In addition, Arabic and English languages are compulsory in their course.

In conclusion, What do you say about these education systems and the School classrooms? Share your best classroom memories in the comments. Also, check why there is a need for coaching classes nowadays.

Ravi Dabas
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