British government aims to create after-school hubs

12/2/2005 | Christian Science Monitor, The

All British schools would lengthen the school day until possibly as late as 6 p.m. with after-school clubs, courses and childcare under a government proposal that seeks to enrich children's learning while giving relief to working parents. Critics say the additional programs could require teachers to work longer and further tax already exhausted children.

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