President Miloš Zeman attended the first day of the new school year at the Charlotte Garrigue Masaryk Primary School in Lány on Monday. He wished first graders well and briefly recalled his own school years when he was forced to sit with his hands behind his back and was forced to write with his right hand, although he was left-handed. He emphasized the Jan Amos Comenius legacy that the learning process should be based on play and entertainment and told the class of first graders they were fortunate to be living and going to school in a free country. This year schools admitted 115,000 first-graders, 4,000 more than last year.
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