6 February 2003 BUDAPEST, Hungary (Nepszabadsag)–“They come to the first grade and we have to teach them how to flush the toilet,” says Andrea Karolyi, principal of an elementary school in northern Hungary. “They use tons of toilet paper, because they take care of their needs in school, rather than at home, where there is […]

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