Greek children lead way in languages at primary school level

Photo by srgpicker via Flickr
Photo by srgpicker via Flickr

Greek youth perceive themselves as being very healthy, are more likely to smoke and to learn two foreign languages in primary school than their EU counterparts.

This article summarises the findings relating to Greece from the chapters on health and society.

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