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...Country overview Before 1987, Japan For further statistical information please visit the following sites: Statistic Bureau, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication (2018), “Statistical Handbook of Japan 2018...

Citizenship in Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo

Citizenship Education in Japan

Continuum, 2011

Book chapter

...Introduction The Course of Study in Japan has been revised many times. After World War II, a new subject, Social Studies, was established in elementary, junior high and high schools...
...Introduction The 1977 Course of Study was created due to a change in the educational administration policy of the Ministry of Education of Japan. The reason for the change was to cultivate...
...This chapter focuses on discriminative projects in secondary citizenship education in Japan and describes the outline and specific features of these projects. Most secondary schools in Japan consist of junior high school (grades 7–9), which...

Government, Policy, and the Role of the State in Primary Education (Japan)

Peter Cave

Peter Cave is a senior lecturer at the University of Manchester, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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...The legal structure of education Japan’s primary education system is nationally centralized rather than federal. The most important parts of the legal framework for primary education in Japan include the Fundamental Law of Education (FLE...

Assessment in Primary Education (Japan)

Peter Cave

Peter Cave is a senior lecturer at the University of Manchester, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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...During primary education in Japan, assessment of children’s performance generally takes place at the school and the national level. In some cases, assessment is also conducted by the prefecture. Japan participates in many international...

Postwar Citizenship Education Policy and its Development

Norio Ikeno

Norio Ikeno is Professor at Hiroshima University and Vice President of the Japan Social Studies Association. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Citizenship Education in Japan

Continuum, 2011

Book chapter

...Educational Policy on Citizenship Education: An Explanatory Framework Japan’s Education System Education in Japan is essentially a dual system consisting of academic...
...Outline for the Analysis of the Course of Study for Citizenship The Course of Study for citizenship has been analysed in order to provide a broad general idea of the entire subject. The objects of the analysis were...
...Ochanomizu Elementary School’s History and Present Curriculum Ochanomizu Elementary School was founded in 1878 as an elementary school attached to Tokyo Women’s Teacher Training...
...The Origin of Japanese Citizenship Education History Before Japanese Modernization The Japanese modern age started in 1868 when the Tokugawa shogunate returned rule to the Emperor. The beginning...