Mandatory home economics are part of Japanese curriculum

In Japan, instruction in home economics is mandatory for all students in fifth grade through high school, author Christine Gross-Loh writes in this commentary. Besides core academic courses, students learn embroidery, woodworking, meal planning, cooking and grocery shopping, she notes. Such courses teach students to improvise when necessary, make good choices, create connections and take initiative, she writes.

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