Measures that make ‘schooling more accommodative of children’s work schedules, including setting daily school hours to accommodate daily work schedules; setting the yearly academic calendar to reflect local conditions; adding additional school shifts during off-work hours; and introduction of independent study modules to compensate for class time lost to work’ (Lyon and Rosati, 2006: 6).
Lyon, S.; Rosati, F. C. 2006. Non-Formal education approaches for child labourers: An issue paper. UCW (Understanding Children’s Work). http://www.ucw-project.org/attachment/standard_NFE_and_CL_17nov2006.pdf