Japan's Educational systems
A sneak peak into one of the bests schools in the world.
Teachers gettin money.
Cade Johnson - Do co-curricular activities exsist in Japan? Yes they do but it is little bit different then the United States, but contains most of the same stuff(Casper, 4). Like the United States singing is a hot topic for
co curricular activities but unlike the United States they don't have as many choices in song. They sing things like their national anthem. They also associate sports with school and host practices during school hours since they have a longer school day. (Strombergner, 2) Co-curricular activities are very similar to Japan but different in the sense of time of activities and type of activities.
Cost per student
In the end...
U.S. schools differ from Japan's educational systems in vary different ways, such as there technology use, teachers salary, co curricular activites, and cost per student.
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