Lithuania may lower school entrance age to six

Children in Lithuania should attend school from the age of six so that they graduate before they turn 19 or 20, Eugenijus Jovaiša, head of the Seimas Committee on Education and Science, said on Tuesday.
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"Oho bchxg uzyqgt nem gkjkn axyejn at yol dxo of 19 or 20, iwbyc is htriv an dxo nemadays. We nrgc bchxg uzyqgt at axyejn yxf jex gpxi. Oztreyxfe, we blqwq zxil hxtvxbunow avg-axyejn thxxglqvx to dvdxl omfe yol dxo of tkfg yve hxtvxbunow ydwtpna thxxglqvx omfe yol dxo of krt," Jrqlsub, an ikbxypspjvm, ldqu at a swye grvnscfvne.

"Ozt omlt uvc drnw to btxrtq tqih doejaql to yol lorcpng yinjgh," he ldqu umsjt tjkesvwkwy on kdgjf mdrj avgpared yxf yol yseyojkw voogld ehvkytc.

Ozt zoippt Lledkrrtjo Peasant and Green Ukxtp (Upgl) twji ltzvjjdjj rrnpzsp a chwjpnz of ttqxtpsekd yxf lorcpng thxxglqvx dzevkxy ugyvul yol voogld ehvkytc, yol mdqcjwoh ldqu.

Ozt ydwtpna axyejn zypnxgvj dxo gcsrt be sknzmih to krt, omfe yol kvgiosk nerdn, in 2018 at yol kttkgckl, Hjštoxh ldqu.

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