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Equitable Education in Japan

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Let’s look at the case of equitable education in Japan. There are a number of difficult education issues in Japan, including the problem of children who stop coming to school. The Government of Japan has enacted an important law to put inclusive, flexible and equitable education into action for all children. At the same time, there is still much to be done with local leadership, adequate budget allocation, partners and all stakeholders on the ground.

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