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Government, Policy, and the Role of the State in Secondary Education (Japan)

Peter Cave

Peter Cave is a senior lecturer at the University of Manchester, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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... political negotiations about wording (Cave 2010: 46–47). Most controversial was the addition of a new aim for education: “To nurture an attitude that respects tradition and culture, loves our country and homeland that has fostered them,...

Curriculum in Primary Education (Japan)

Peter Cave

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... the introduction of integrated studies in 1998), and improved teaching and learning of a high level of academic content to ensure high performance as measured by global tests such as the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) (Cave...

Historical Context of Primary Education (Japan)

Peter Cave

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... and service to the emperor and state), which was to be reverentially treated and read at solemn school ceremonies until 1945 (Cave 2016: 19–21; Duke 2009: 348–369).The “New Education” of the Taishō period and pedagogical experimentation From...

Transitions in Secondary Education (Japan)

Peter Cave

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... to provide students and their parents with relatively reliable guidance about the chances of a successful application to various schools (Cave 2016: 208–214). When a student’s first choice is a public school—as is likely in large parts...

Government, Policy, and the Role of the State in Primary Education (Japan)

Peter Cave

Peter Cave is a senior lecturer at the University of Manchester, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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... of fears among political progressives that revision might be part of a process moving education in a pre-1945 direction. Ultimately, a revised FLE was passed by parliament in 2006, after extensive political negotiations about wording (Cave...

Curriculum in Secondary Education (Japan)

Peter Cave

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... excellent performance as measured by global tests such as the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) (Cave 2016; Nakayasu 2016).Content At lower secondary level, curricular “subjects” (kyōka) include Japanese, mathematics,...

Assessment in Primary Education (Japan)

Peter Cave

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...During primary education in Japan, assessment of children’s performance generally takes place at the school and the national level. In some cases, assessment is also conducted by the prefecture. Japan participates in many international...

Historical Context of Secondary Education (Japan)

Peter Cave

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... and project-focused learning at junior high level, cutting hours for conventional academic subjects in 2002. However, after public concern, the Ministry focused on what it called “solid academic attainment” from 2003 (Cave 2016), and the 2008 curriculum...