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Little support for flexible school starts

Published måndag 25 oktober 2010 kl 15.36
"Few studies support the idea of early school starts" (10:14)
(10 min)
Government study does not believe in more flexible school starts

Kids in Sweden start school later than many other countries. They start the year they turn 7, mostly after a non-mandatory "reception" year that is supposed to serve as a soft transition from pre-school day care to proper school.

But every now and again the question comes up whether it would be better to start school earlier - or at least whether a more flexible school start should be introduced. A study commissioned by the government is however not very enthusiastic about the idea.

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