FEATURE: Education adds to Japan's latest exports to developing nations

One afternoon at an elementary school on the outskirts of Cairo, first-grade Egyptian students were busy wiping their desks clean and sweeping the floor with brooms under the supervision of teaching staff. The scene, observed recently by a Japan International Cooperation Agency official, represents one of the class activities in a curriculum based on the Japanese education method that emphasizes moral training and social harmony, in addition to acquiring academic skills. At more than 40 Japanese-style schools launched in Egypt since 2018 in partnership with the Japanese government, children ti…

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