Posts Tagged ‘ homeschooling in Japan ’

Friends Overseas? – Q&A Sept-Oct

Friends Overseas? – Q&A Sept-Oct

HEM’s Questions & Answers – September-October 2010 Homeschooling Friends Overseas? Both of our children are very active in our homeschooling community. In a few months we will be leaving for what may be a few years in Japan while my husband and I teach at a graduate school there. I don’t want to put...
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NEETs in Japan

Kyoko Aizawa of Otherwise Japan writes to inform us about a concern in her country with this article from The Japan Times: “The number of NEETs (people Not in Employment, Education or Training) now totals 640,000 people in Japan, according to a government white paper released in July. At the current rate of increase,...
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Escalating Home Visits

At the HEM News & Commentary, Mary Nix addresses Escalating Home Visits by Authorities in Japan and elsewhere. In Japan, longtime homeschooling advocate Kyoko Aizawa has legitimate concerns, and there are alarming comparisons in the United States.
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