August isn’t back-to-school month for everyone
As U.S. students prepare for the onset of school, students in other countries have already taken mid-terms.
That’s right. For students in many countries where CFCA works, school does not start in August or September.
The school year in Central America started in January or February. Those lucky children are only two months away from the end of school. Schoolchildren in India and the Philippines are already into their third month of the school year. And students in Kenya—well, they follow the British system and attend school all year, with long breaks at the end of each quarter.
Find the school calendar for your friend on the graph below.
Time for school
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