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Education
abstract
Numerous education policies, which are not necessarily oriented in the same direction, have been implemented over the last few decades in Japan. Two of these seemingly opposing policies are Yutori-Kyouiku and Datsu-Yutori Kyouiku. However, how have these policies perceived on the ground? Are they understood correctly? This paper, while exploring voices from Japanese public schools, describes perceptions of these education policies by junior high school principals. The paper concludes that while some policies have been well-received, teachers have not yet been informed as to what these policies are based on, how they are formed, etc., in the larger educational framework. It also suggests that smoothing the channels between policy makers and teachers at the local level by clarifying policy objectives, implications and plausible effects would help enable not only to smooth policy dissemination but also to understand real needs from the local school level, thereby advancing education policy as a whole.
journal title
Journal of international cooperation in education
volume
Volume 18
issue
Issue 2
start page
55
end page
65
date of issued
2016-10-31
publisher
広島大学教育開発国際協力研究センター
issn
1344-2996
ncid
naid
language
eng
nii type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
HU type
Departmental Bulletin Papers
DCMI type
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format
application/pdf
text version
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rights
Copyright (c) 2016 広島大学教育開発国際協力研究センター
department
Center for the Study of International Cooperation in Education
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