Survey: Japanese students' learning comprehension is overestimated

08/18/2009 | Mainichi Daily News (Tokyo)

A survey shows that Japanese teachers believe their pupils understand more classroom material than they do. More than 60% of elementary-school teachers said students understand at least 80% of lessons, but a private research institute found that less than 20% of students do.

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