Which Country Has The Shortest School Hours?

Which country has the easiest education?

Here are 10 countries that have attempted to lend a helping hand to unburden both teachers and students and make education easier and affordable by adopting liberal policies:Australia.

Finland.

Canada.

Singapore.

Poland.

Denmark.

Estonia.

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Who has the longest school day?

The school day was 4 hours 40 minutes in the United Kingdom and 3 hours 45 minutes in Germany. Japan, however, had the most school days per year–220 days–compared with 180 days for France and the United States.

Which country does not give homework?

FinlandFinnish students have some other great perks, along with not having to do homework. In US public schools there are many standardized tests, where in Finland they have almost none. Finland has 12 students to each teacher; in the US it is double.

Which country has the shortest school day?

Vermont, which has the shortest requirement for its 1st-graders (175 four-hour days, for 700 hours total), still requires more time than nine nations, including South Korea, Slovenia, Hungary and Finland. (The U.S. and international ranges are more comparable at the middle-school level.)

What country has the most school hours?

TaiwanTaiwan had both a relatively long school day and school year and, at 1,177 hours, had the highest number of average hours of instruction per year of all of the countries reported.

What countries have a 4 day school week?

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