France will require children to start school at age 3

Starting next year, France will make it compulsory for children to attend school starting at the age of 3 years old, instead of the current age of 6, French President Emmanuel Macron said Tuesday.
0:21 | 03/28/18

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France is moving to make preschool mandatory president Emmanuel micron is lowering the age that kids have to start school. To three that's down from the current age of six he says the move is meant to keep kids and friends overseas territories competitive. For those in France itself the new regulations are since September of next year. And a floating and America run.

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