Japan to release individual schools' test results

12/1/2013 | Japan Times, The

Officials in Japan have announced plans to end a ban on reporting individual schools' results on national achievement tests. The goal, officials said, is to help local authorities improve student achievement. One critic, however, said publicising the results could lead to "misunderstanding".

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