Aging islanders find new mission helping student dropouts

06/7/2004 | NYTimes.com

Only recently has Japan begun to combat its growing number of elementary and junior high school dropouts. One of the most unusual programs is offered on tiny, subtropical Hatoma Island, where aging residents act as foster parents to troubled children sent from mainland cities as far as 1,200 miles away.

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