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Educational Administration and Finance II

Educational Administration and Finance II

Course Highlights Education in Japan is said to be at a historical turning point now, and education administration and finance is not exceptional, facing significant reforms. On the other hand, the education administration and finance system has formed and maintained a highly distinct configuration in the postwar historical current. And it has exerted substantial influences not only on the government policymaking but also on job sites including school management and teachers' personnel affairs. "Science of Educational Administration and Finance II" seeks learning of basic matters regarding subject science by specifically considering evolutions and relevancies in recent school/education reforms and education policies. From a micro-managerial viewpoint, the course discusses issues on school management and making "open school", and problems with "teacher's right to education" and human affairs of faculty members. In the preceding "Science of Educational Administration and Finance I", reforms are discussed from a political standpoint of the government and autonomous bodies. Those who are interested are advised to look into the coursework I.


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