Lack of continuity in English teaching hit

The introduction of English in elementary school classrooms to help improve fluency in later years is bringing to light a problem that has dogged Japanese educators for years — how to provide continuity in teaching the language so that students can graduate from university with a conversant level. Japan Times, July 8, 2004. Read more…

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