Classes of elementary and high school kids from all over the world in their classrooms [17 pics]

December 9, 2013 | By Abraham | 4 comments

Photographer Julian Germain began taking pictures of school kids in their classrooms around his own area in England in the mid-2000′s. As he traveled, he expanded the series which now includes classroom portraits from all over the world…

Saudi Arabia

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 08

Cuba

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 24

Argentina

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 23

Taiwan

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 22

Japan

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 21

Nigeria

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 20

USA

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 19

Peru

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 17

Argentina

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 15

Brazil

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 14

Bahrain

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 12

Qatar

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 11

Yemen

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 10

Holland

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 07

England

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 03

Wales

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 02

Germany

Classroom Portraits by Julian Germain - 25

Previously…

From infant to ancient — Intriguing portraits of 4 and 5 generations of family [12 pics]

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4 Comments

  1. Joey E says:

    Interesting that for the photo for the USA, a picture of a class of entirely African-American students was included, even though that group is a minority. Would have been interesting to get a photo of a more diverse racial mix. IMO

    1. Bonnie Sue says:

      While for sure that is a normal school, it’s not an accurate representation of American demographics as a whole. It definitely makes you consider how the other pictures might not accurately portray their countries as a whole.

  2. Carmen says:

    Anybody note the Yemeni “high schoolers”? All mustachioed males. Not many teenagers in THAT bunch. Not learning much readin’ ritin’ and rithmatic’ either,I bet.

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