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Japan's Education System is Successful

 

In the writing, Walberg attributes Japan's economic success
to the superior education of its youth. He stresses that
Japan does a better job of educating its nation and the
U.S. should follow in Japan's foot steps. He emphasizes the
U.S. should change its system of education to produce more
productive and smarter children.
 
Walberg links national prosperity to education. He believes
that educating children and teaching them to become more
than mediocre can help a nation to survive. Smart children
can solve the nation's problems and invent new machinery to
bring in more capital. The smarter the children, the less
time it takes them to get a job done, thus decreasing the
time and money needed for certain jobs.
 
Walberg believes Japan's system of education is very
successful. The child worries about passing tough exams and
wants to go to school. The family of Japan coaxes its
children and gives them the mind set of being mediocre is
nothing. Japan also maintains a hard curriculum that pushes
the student to his optimum efficiency. The teaches in Japan
do not compare children's accomplishments and what they
have not done. This allows the student to proceed with
their peers at maximum rate.
 
The Japanese strive for equality. They recognized how hard
a student can work and how fast he can learn. The student
can take entrance exams. Bright, hard-working students that
come from poor families have a better chance of being
admitted to elite schools than average students with rich
families.
 
The Japanese education system works in many ways. Even
though it is hard and long hours are put in to learning,
the suicide rate is low. Everyone in Japan has a chance of
learning, and if he works hard enough he can prosper in
life. The success of Japan and other countries lies in the
education of its youth. 
 



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