Chapter12-13 - Dylan Stawarek EDU 250 Chapter 12 1 Canada...

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Dylan Stawarek EDU 250 12/03/07 Chapter 12 1. Canada has no national system of education. Each providence has its own Ministry of Education which is ran by an elected minister. The schools are operated by local boards of education and are funded by provincial governments and the local government 2. The Japanese education system is very similar to the United States Education system. Students attend public schools in mixed-ability classrooms. In contrast to the United States, Japanese schools don’t have standardized testes. The test is created by the school and the school determines if they should move on in grades. Students begin school like in the U.S. at the age of six and attend elementary school until sixth grade. They move on to a Junior High School and then proceed to a High School. Japanese students spend more time in school 240 to 180 days. The Japanese used to force their students to attend school on Saturdays, this has
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2008 for the course EDU 250 taught by Professor Macdonnel during the Spring '08 term at Canisius College.

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Chapter12-13 - Dylan Stawarek EDU 250 Chapter 12 1 Canada...

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