43 Students Per Class is Not a Limit: Why Houses Get Built in Kyiv, and Schools Remain on Paper

Each of the eleventh grades of the Kyiv school number 329 accommodates 43 students.

Each of the seventh grades of the Kyiv “Kyivan Rus” Gymnasium accommodates 37 students.

Each of the third grades of the Slavic Gymnasium accommodates 38 schoolchildren.

Each of the ninth grades of the School number 62 accommodates 36 pupils.

Most of Kyiv schools have much more than 30 students in a class, which is directly prohibited by the law on secondary education.

Many years ago, schools and kindergartens in Kyiv have exceeded the norms determined by the law – up to 30 students per class and up to 20 children per kindergarten group.

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