Survey: More foreign students in Japan need language lessons

07/5/2009 | Japan Times, The

A survey by Japan's education ministry shows that more foreign students studying in the country need training in the Japanese language in order to keep pace with their peers. According to the survey, 28,575 students need help with Japanese-language skills -- a 13% increase from the previous year.

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