What We Should Learn from Asian Education

A member of our admin team recently came across this article.  In his home town nearly 25 years ago, the local school district was sending representatives to study math and science advancements in Japan for local imitation in fear that the Japanese would soon overrun the global economy.  Little did most know that the Japanese were sending representatives to his own district to glean insight into their liberal arts and critical thinking successes.  A quarter of a century later, this article indicates that lessons are still to be learned by those in the know regarding cultural exchange and imitation in education.

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