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Middle school students doing morning exercises in field

About twenty-five middle school students face their teacher with their arms held straight out as they do their morning gymnastic exercises in a field. The backs of the students, who wear variously colored shorts and T-shirts, are visible, while the teacher's face is seen in the middle. Young coconut palms and rice fields are in the distant background.Indonesian school students have physical education classes everyday, usually in the early morning before it is too hot. Some schools are operated on two shifts with younger children attending in the mornings while older students use the same building classrooms in the afternoon.

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