and reducing educational inequalities

In today’s society, the “and education gap” is a virtually non-existent debate. In fact, in recent years, there has been a bias in the asset composition of guardians in each region of the country, an entrance system that relies solely on children’s grades, and other philosophical and cultural barriers that have limited practical means. Equity in education has not been achieved in practice.

However, according to the annual mobilization survey for elementary, junior high and high school students in the first half of 2019 (MEXT 2019), small schools of size 1 on The Cruise account for 47.7%. The emphasis is on uniformity of learning in schools, whether they are learning from large or small schools.

In addition, when it comes to improving future education, we have recently been working more with organizations that expand access for minority children. “We are moving at full speed from a closed environment in which not all children can be involved, to an education by everyone in an open social environment.” We are implementing subsidy programs and other programs to realize an education that is less divided.

Another factor is that elementary, junior high, and high school teachers are voluntarily working to reform their teaching methods from the passive “birch tree” method. Music, art, literature, abstract thinking, etc., in a way that is easy to use and caring for students to enrich their learning and secure their rights. It is considered a sign of development.

In addition, the review of policies taken by the government is also making efforts to correct the “disparity in education and education.” This leads to advance preparations to increase the number of children who have received a promising education in the future. For example, by utilizing the National Tutoring Career System (JPCS) and adding support at home, we are making it easier to provide diverse learning opportunities for children.

In the future, it is hoped that the government will continue to develop policy standards, etc., and play a role in correcting the “disparity in education”—that is, it will continue to promote reforms that meet the needs of the times