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March 13, 2010

Teacher launches survey of ELT in Japan to present to the Ministry of Education

conference.jpegDouglas Meyer, a veteran teacher based in Osaka, is organising a nationwide survey of English language teaching in Japan and plans to submit a report to the Ministry of Education. There are actually two separate surveys. Click here if you teach at elementary, middle or high school. Click here if you teach at college or university. Those who teach at both can fill in both surveys

Douglas says: 'This data will be used as part of a report I plan to present to the Ministry of Education in order to improve the quality of language education in Japan, and improve mutual understanding between employers and employees. Please take just 5-10 minutes to complete this survey and add your voice to hundreds of other EFL teachers!'

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