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July 22, 2011

Teachers, clubs and study abroad needed for English improvement says MOE panel

According to the Japan Times, a Ministry of Education panel proposed last week that local governments hire 600 more teachers with "excellent English skills" and double the number of 18-year olds who have studied or stayed abroad to around 30,000. The panel also proposed that assistant language teachers participate in club and other activities to improve students' English proficiency.

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