What Age Do French Children Start School?

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In France, majority of the children start school at the early age of two and all of them are normally in school by the age of three. School must be attended until the age of 16. France is known to have one of the best education systems in the world.
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Children normal start school at age 5 or when they are about to turn 5. I live in North Carolina and the cut off date for children to turn 5 used to be around the third week in October
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4 years old.
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1. Check with the Department of Education or Department of Public Instruction in your state. They can provide information on the curriculum requirements for public and private schools
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kids will say those words no matter what.. keep in mind that many kids have parents who are not on Quora, and some kids have older siblings who are at the ripe age for being almost-out-of-the-house
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