Japan To Prepare Guidelines On Teaching Japanese

02/28/2002 | Daily Yomiuri (Japan), The

The Education, Science and Technology Ministry says it plans to compile a set of guidelines to help Japan's primary school educators teach Japanese and other classes to foreign children. Sources say the new rules come as a response to the rising number of foreign children in the school system who can't speak, read or write Japanese proficiently. The guidelines, to be known as the JSL curriculum, are expected to come into effect in primary public schools nationwide in April 2003.

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