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April 07, 2003

More SELHi Schools Announced

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) last week announced the latest 35 schools to be designated Super English Language High (SELHi) schools for the next three years. The schools will teach part of their curriculum in English and carry out exchanges with schools abroad. The 35 schools are made up of one national, 26 municipal and eight private schools and were chosen from 109 applicants. The ministry plans to have 100 SELHi schools by the 2005-06 academic year. Details (in Japanese only) can be found here. The ministry has also updated its information (in Japanese only) about the recent forum on creating "Japanese Who Can Use English."

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