After all, why do the school children of this country start walking like zombies in the morning?

School Class Timing: You must have seen Hollywood or such Korean films and webseries, in which zombies are seen walking on the streets, but in reality a similar sight is blowing people’s senses on social media. Recently some school children have been seen crawling on the streets like zombies. Actually, this campaign has been started in a city in the Far East of Indonesia, due to which a different view is being seen.

Waking up early in the morning seems to be a very difficult task for most people, but getting up early in the morning has its own benefits. Some people wake up early in the morning for the office and some for the school and start preparing. In such a situation, the biggest problem is with the children, who have to get up early in the morning and run for school, but just imagine what will happen if the children are called to school at half past five in the morning?

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In a city located in the far east of Indonesia, in the early morning, children can be seen crawling in the streets, sleepy like zombies. It can be seen in the pictures going viral that how these children are seen going towards the school in their sleep. On the other hand, children going to school in sleep like zombies in the dark has become a cause of trouble for their parents. In fact, these children are forced to go to school at 5:30 in the dark as part of a controversial pilot project.

According to media reports, these days ‘Dawn School Trial’ is going on in a city located in the far east of Indonesia, due to which children are seen walking on the streets like zombies. It is being told that under the pilot project in Kupang, the capital of Nusa Tenggara province, class 12 students in 10 high schools are being called to school at 5:30 am. At the same time, parents are also expressing a lot of displeasure about the timing of children’s school in the dark so early in the morning. According to parents, children feel tired when they come from school.

According to officials, the plan was announced last month by Governor Victor Laiskodat, who said it could strengthen discipline among children.

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