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Comparative Education (Educational Philosophy) UK, France, Germany, USA, Canada and Japan. School ( 学校） and Education （教育）. School comes from schola (Latin) and schole (Greek), which means a place to foster curiosity and interest among children and nature them .
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Music day: Group Harmony and StrengthA family-based Grade Group in School EducationThe Gakunen family has a great significance in daily educational activities in all schools in Japan.
Family- oriented group harmony& competition Ａｔｈｌｅｔｉｃ Ｍｅｅｔ in Japanese schoolsNakane (1984) states that an organizational structure based on the vertical principle appears more pronouncedly in well-established, large institutions with a higher degree of prestige. This vertical integration supported by group harmony and solidarity is the source of the stability of the organization, which seems the strength and harmony of the Japanese people.
A public school, in common British usage, is a school which is usually prestigious and historic, which charges fees, does not arbitrarily restrict admissions, and is financed by bodies other than the state, commonly as a private charitable trust. Often but not always they are boarding schools. Confusingly to a non-native English speaker a public school is actually a private school! In British usage, a government-run school (which would be called a \'public school\' in other areas, such as the United States ) is called a state school. (Fair play, Boarding, mission and leadership)
Educational systemsare different in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Topic studystarted from Oxfordshire and it influenced Integrated Studies in public schools in Japan.
GCEA(General Certificate of Education Advanced Level)
Education Reform Act in 1988 to activate national curriculum and national assessment
Disordered class in cities (economic disparity, broken family, dense population, multicultural confrontation, bullying, material consideration)
The challenge of Principal Sharon In 2000