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November 11, 2003

Tokyo to Clamp Down on Foreign Students

The Tokyo metropolitan government recently announced plans for stricter controls on Japanese language schools, in an effort to control crimes by foreign students. The stricter measures will include background checks on students looking to enter the country and inspection of the methods used abroad to recruit students. Cases where students enroll but are later repeatedly absent from class will be investigated.

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