Some South Korean parents ask for longer breaks between classes

05/6/2010 | Korea Times (Seoul), The

A group of parents at an elementary school in Seoul, South Korea, said the five-minute break children receive between classes is too short. About 300 parents are petitioning for additional time, and one parent said the short break resulted in added stress for her daughter. The school's principal says he will support the change so as to end complaints.

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