Japan hopes to add 20,000 teachers to reduce class sizes

08/25/2010 | JapanToday.com

The Japanese education ministry wants to add 20,000 public-school teachers over the next eight years to reduce class sizes. The plan would bring down the number of students in each class from 40 to between 30 and 35, but the high price tag will reportedly meet with resistance from the Finance Ministry.

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