Analysis finds wealthier Japanese students outperform peers

08/6/2009 | JapanToday.com

A survey initiated by Japanese officials shows achievement is higher in language and maths among wealthier Japanese students. The largest gap in achievement was in basic maths skills, with children from families with a higher income level outperforming their peers by about 23 percentage points.

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