Many consider Japanese primary and junior secondary level education to be exceptional, yet Manabu Sato believes the quality of his country's senior secondary and higher education is questionable.
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Andreas Schleicher weighs in on what the US and other nations can learn from some of the high performing education systems that are doing this.
A number of schools in Japan have become refugee camps and even morgues. But a sense of normalcy took over for a few hours at some schools recently, ...
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