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2009年 文部科学白書(英文)

White Paper on Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology

Contents

I Educational Standards and Educational Expenditure in Japan

Feature 1 Educational Standards and Educational Expenditure in Japan

Chapter 1 The Burden on Household Finances and Standards of Educational Investment

Section 1 The Burden on Household Finances
1 Household Expenditure on Education
2 Effect of Socioeconomic Disparity on Households
 (1) Impact of Economic Situation on Disparities in Academic Ability
 (2) Impact of Economic Situation on Disparities in Career Choices
 (3) The Impact of the Educational Setting on Children
3 Fluctuations in Academic Ability
Section 2: Levels of Investment in Education
1 The Size of the Economy and State of Investments in Education
2 The Declining Birthrate and the State of Educational Expenses
3 The State of Educational Expenses as a Part of Public Expenditure
4 The Relationship between Size of Government and Educational Expenses

Chapter 2: Response to Current Issues in Education

 - Securing Educational Opportunities and Improving the Quality of Education
1. Preschool Education Phase
2. Primary and Secondary Education Phase
 (1) Status of Children’s Academic Ability
 (2) Present-day Issues and Problems in Instruction
 (3) Increasing staffing levels of teachers and other personnel
 (4) Regional Differences in Education Conditions
 (5) Information-oriented Education
 (6) Improving facilities to render them safe and secure
 (7) Alleviating the Burden on Household Finances and Other Initiatives to Ensure Educational Opportunities
3. Universities
 (1) Consolidating the basic funds of universities
 (2) Securing opportunities for higher education
 (3) Issues regarding support for employment
 (4) Issues regarding the development of medical professionals
 (5) Current status and issues on facility improvement for higher education

Concluding Remarks

Feature 2 Making Public High Schools Tuition-Free and High School Enrollment Subsidies

 Eight questions on the Tuition Free Public High Schools and High School Enrollment Subsidy Program

2 Trends and Development in Education, Science and Technology Policies

Chapter 1: The Creation of a Lifelong Learning Society and the Comprehensive Promotion of Educational Policies
Chapter 2: For the Further Enhancement of Children’s Education
Chapter 3: For the Diverse Growth of Universities
Chapter 4: For the Promotion of Private Schools
Chapter 5: The Comprehensive Promotion of Science and Technology Policy
Chapter 6: For the Promotion of Sports
Chapter 7: Towards Nation Building Based on Culture and the Arts
Chapter 8: Towards the Enhancement of International Exchange and Cooperation
Chapter 9: Towards Promoting the Information Society Revolution
Chapter 10: The Maintenance of Safe and High-quality School Facilities
Chapter 11: Enhancement of Disaster Prevention Measures
Chapter 12: Promotion of Administrative Reform and Policy Evaluations, etc.

Topics

  • The New Role of Libraries
  • Making Public High School Tuition Free and the Establishing High School Enrollment Support Funds
  • Exchange among Universities with Quality Assurance in Asia
  • About Donations to Private Schools
  • Shifting from the Next-Generation Supercomputer Project to Creation of the Innovative High-Performance Computing Infrastructure
  • Success in the Launch of an H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV) on an H-IIB Rocket and in Cargo Transport to the International Space Station (ISS)
  • The New Shirase Makes Maiden Voyage to Antarctica
  • Results of the Vancouver Olympics
  • Initiatives of Recipient Local Governments of Commissioner for Cultural Affairs Awards 2009 (division of Cultural Creative Cities)
  • International Cooperation by In-Service Teachers, and the Utilization of their Overseas Experience in Japan

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