Education in Japan
Formal education in Japan began with the adoption of Chinese culture in the 6th century.
19th century students were sent abroad to study.
Compulsory education was introduced, mainly after the Prussian model .
The rise of militarism led to the use of the education system to prepare the nation for war.
The main subject of protest in 1960 was the Japan-US security treaty .
Junior high school
Lower secondary school covers grades seven, eight, and nine.
the ages of roughly 12 and 15
focus on academic studies.
thirty-eight students per class on average (kl.a.)
1 lesson is fifty or forty-five minute
Japanese language, social studies, mathematics, science, music, fine arts, health, and physical education.
94% from junior high Schools
55% from high schools is privet schools
secondary school were about 300,000 yen (US$2,142) in the 1980s and that private secondary schools were about twice as expensive.
The first-year program include basic academic courses, such as Japanese language , English , mathematics , and science .
in the second year course content and course selection are more individualized.…
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