Outside the US

Sabine Dippel sabine at hlrz24.zam.kfa-juelich.de
Tue Feb 20 10:41:12 EST 1996

In article <4gckvh$220 at ccshst05.cs.uoguelph.ca>, sanderso at uoguelph.ca 
(Sherry L Anderson) writes:
|> Sabine Dippel (sabine at hlrz24.zam.kfa-juelich.de) wrote:
|> : Let me start with the "little difference" in high school. Germany to my 
|> : knowledge is the only country where you have to attend school for 13 years if 
|> : you want to go to University (if you do not plan to attend University, you 
|> In Ontario, we go to grade 13 too.  The rest of Canada doesn't.
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Hey, that's interesting. Actually, I was simplifying the situation in Germany
a bit. Strictly, the 13 years apply only to former West Germany. In former East
Germany, it was only 12 years, and after re-unification some states of the former
East kept the 12 years. 


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