Two schoolgirls hold boards which claim for light schooling rhythms... News PhotoActivity,Attending,Bordeaux,Change,Child,Crisis,Cultures,Day,Education,France,Girls,Gironde,Government,Holding,Lyon,Moving Activity,Placard,Protest,Protestor,Rear View,Reform,Respect,Rhythm,Schoolgirl,Strike - Industrial Action,Teaching,Vertical,WeekPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPTwo schoolgirls hold boards which claim for light schooling rhythms (at left) and to respect of their cultural activities (right) as they demonstrate on February 12, 2013 in Lyon, eastern france, as part of a nationwide strike day over the government's plans to make children attend classes five days a week, instead of the current four. The government recently issued a decree introducing a half day of school on Wednesdays for children 3 to 11 starting in September, while reducing the school day by 45 minutes the rest of the week. AFP PHOTO JEAN-PIERRE MULLER (Photo credit should read JEAN-PIERRE MULLER/AFP/Getty Images)