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Tajikistan: Where School Doesn’t Stop a Good Party

Are children better off at school or in the streets serving as props on a national holiday? 

Some 10,000 schoolchildren and university students will march in Tajikistan’s capital on March 21 to celebrate the traditional Persian New Year, Novruz, Dushanbe’s Asia-Plus news agency reports.  

Practice sessions will be held outside of school hours, said the head of the city’s education department. The Education Ministry says rehearsals started this week, six weeks before the festivities. 

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Tajikistan: Where School Doesn’t Stop a Good Party

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