According to this infographic 15-year-old Italian students are leading, with 9 hours on their homework per week!
Italy is followed by Ireland, where teenagers spend more than 7 hours per week on homework, and Poland where they spend over 6 hours.
Paradoxically, Italy invests less in education than many other countries, while Finland, which invests more than all other European countries, is at the end of this list.
How could you explain this big difference between European Union members?
Do you think there is any relation between money invested in education and hours spent for homework by students?
Do you think students need so many hours for homework?