Japanese Private Schools Remain Skeptical Of Five-Day Week

11/6/2001 | Daily Yomiuri (Japan), The

Several private schools in Japan will keep their six-day school week and eschew the five-day week the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology will implement in public schools beginning April 2002. Some critics worry that since state-run schools will begin teaching from a 30% smaller curriculum, a wide gulf may open between private and public schools.

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