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Spring break–also known as March break, Study Week or Reading Week in the United Kingdom and some parts of Canada–is a recess in early spring at universities and schools in the Brazil, Canada, mainland China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Mexico, South Africa, the United States, the United Kingdom and other countries. In the United States, spring break at the college and university level can occur from February to April, depending on term dates and certain holidays. Many K “12 institutions in the United States schedule their spring breaks around Easter and Passover. Canada gives a week-long break to its elementary school and secondary school students in the month of March, with the time varying from province to province; New Brunswick and Quebec, for example, place their March breaks during the first week of March; Ontario, Nova Scotia and British Columbia schedule theirs during the second or third week; and the break in Alberta usually occurs in the last week of March. United Kingdom schools schedule two-week holidays known as the “Easter break” or “Easter holidays”, as they occur in the weeks following and preceding Easter. In Japan, the spring break starts with the end of the academic year in March and ends on April 1 with the beginning of a new academic year.