Obligation to educate children
International comparisonsThere are countries in the world that have adopted innovative educational systems.
Introducing countries that are particularly developing.
Sweden・There is no charge for elementary school, high school, and university.
・Since there are no high school entrance exams and university entrance exams, pass / fail will be decided based on school grades.
Netherlands・In the compulsory education course, both public and private are free of charge.
・Children can decide which subject to study on which day of the week. In addition, they emphasize the abilities and qualities of each child, such as being able to choose the learning content according to their own interests and understanding.
・About 220 schools have adopted "Jena Education" in which children respect each other's individuality and cultivate a symbiotic spirit.
Finland・There is no tuition fee from preschool to graduate school.
・It is obligatory to learn, not to go to school.
・We motivate students by focusing on learning through practice rather than memorizing and learning.
As mentioned above, some countries have adopted educational systems that ensure that the people receive excellent education equally. However, there are still many problems in the world as a whole.
・Various educational efforts are underway in countries around the world, including Sweden, the Netherlands and Finland.