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Among the following nations, which has the lowest average instructional hours per year in K-12 schools?

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In 2011, Finland had 934 instructional hours per year, which was the lowest among these nations. Next was Japan with 1,016 hours, and the highest was the United States with 1,114 hours. Among these nations, the U.S. spends the most money per student and has the lowest reading and math scores for 15-year-old students.

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