Yes, public school students are supposed to be in school all day long. But no, not everyone has to go through day long schooling. For example, private schools may follow their own schedules. But a Chilean law of 1997 requires day long instruction in public schools. Previously, it was possible to be in school only half days. But the country now has over a decade of experience with full day long shifts in public schools.
Yes, Chileans go to school. Their country is nicknamed one of the 'ABC' countries of Latin America. The letters refer to Argentina, Brazil, and Chile as having North American style commitments to education, literacy, and socio-economic development. Specifically, all three countries have benefited from German Immigration. German language speakers tend to support advanced training, education, and research.
do the people in Chile celebrate holidays
yes they do
No. Go to school.
You have to be 4 years old to go to school in Chile. You can stop going when you are 13 years old.
i think so
about 8:30am till 4pm.
For 12 years in grade school. starting usually at the age of 6 and ending at the age of 17 or 18. You also can attend preschool and start school as early as 3. After preschool you would be in kindergarden then start 1st grade.
If you want to know the answer for this, you have to go to Chile and find out yourself! The person who wrote this answer is in America, so he knows nothing about Chile.
coz they want 2! shesh
because of the beautifu landscapes
Chileans go to school from Mondays through Fridays. Sometimes they also go to school on Satruday morning, but just to recover classes lost for acts of God.