A Comparative Study To Explore Schooling System In Japan And Pakistan

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Waqas A. Khan , Prof. Dr. Tatuya Kusakabe


This research compares and contrasts the educational systems of Pakistan and Japan, looking at the oversight of education and training, educational design, curriculum development, assessment and evaluation, supervision and administration, and teacher preparation and education. The research brought forth similarities and differences between Pakistani and Japanese educational systems. This study seeks to comprehend more fully how educators in Pakistan and Japan see their own professional status. Japan is way ahead from Pakistan in different areas thanks to the role teachers play in their educational systems. All facets of the instructors' personalities were examined, together with the academic framework, the jobs of the teachers, and the educational systems in Pakistan and Japan. The second-largest number of children worldwide that are not in school is in Pakistan, which has 158 million people (58 percent). There are 22.8 million kids in Pakistan between the ages of 5 and 16 who are not in school, or 12.1% of the entire population. Meanwhile, the attention of the world's students has been drawn to Japan's superior educational system.

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