Education in Japan

we will discus here the education in japan

In Japan, education is compulsory at the elementary
 and lower secondary levels.[1] Most students
 attend public schools through the lower secondary

level, but private education is popular at the upper
secondary and university levels. Japan's education
system played a central part in Japan's recovery and
rapid economic growth in the decades following the
end of World War II.

After World War II, the Fundamental Law of
 Education and the School Education Law were
enacted. The latter law defined the school
system that is still in effect today: six years
of elementary school, three years of junior
high school, three years of high school, two or four years of university.

Education prior to elementary school is
 provided at kindergartens and day-care centers.
Public and private day-care centers take children from under age one on up to five years old. The programmes for those children aged 3–5 resemble those at kindergartens. The educational approach at kindergartens varies greatly from unstructured environments that emphasize play to highly structured environments that are focused on having the child pass the entrance exam at a private elementary school.

The Academic year (fiscal year) starts from April and ends in March, having summer vacation in August and winter vacation in the end of December to the beginning of January. Also, there is few days of holidays between Academic years. The period of Academic year is same all through elementary level to higher educations nationwide.

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