上海水疗会所:180,000 Japanese signed and supported the reform of the education system for small classes under the epidemic

180,000 Japanese signed and supported the reform of the education system for “small classes” under the epidemic

Tokyo, November 10 (Li Muhang) According to NHK TV,In order to promote the introduction of a “small number of classes” education system under the epidemic,Relevant personnel from Japanese educational research institutions held a press conference on the 9th and said,More than 180,000 people have signed and supported it,And called on schools to prevent and control the epidemic,It is indispensable to carry out meticulous education and care for students.

The relevant personnel of Japanese educational institutions held a press conference,Said that 180,000 people have signed up to support this event.(Screenshot of NHK TV station video)

It is understood thatAccording to the law,The standard for a class in Japanese elementary and junior high schools is 40 students.But at the moment,As an important subject,The Working Group of the Japanese Government Education Regeneration Implementation Conference is discussing the reform of the “small number of classes” system.

At the press conference,The relevant personnel of the educational institution publicly displayed the brochure of the “small class”,He also stated that he would use a new study guide syllabus to guide the subjectivity, dialogue, “not going to school”, foreign students and other aspects of learning.In particular, it is necessary to actively take measures for students in need.Simultaneously,Relevant personnel of educational institutions start from the prevention of infection in the “three-secret” (closed, dense, and close contact) measures.Proposed the need to adopt a “small number of classes” education system as soon as possible and to amend the law.

At the press conference, Emeritus Professor Kan Akao of Tokyo Metropolitan University emphasized the necessity of the “small class” system.(Screenshot of NHK TV station video)

The person in charge of this event and the honorary professor of Tokyo Metropolitan University, Akio Kan, said at the press conference: “In order to further effectively implement the epidemic prevention and control measures and allow students to better receive education,It is very necessary to implement the ‘small class’ system as soon as possible.”

It is understood thatThe signatures collected this time will be submitted to the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology when the Japanese government formulates its annual budget next year.The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and the Ministry of Finance jointly negotiate.