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II Japanese Educational Administration and Finance
Various educational laws of Japan are based on Article 11 of the Fundamental Law of Education and were laid down as necessary laws for enforcement. In terms of their form as a law, the Fundamental Law of Education and other laws related to education have the same characteristics. However, because of its special features, the Fundamental Law of Education is treated in correspondence with the Constitution.
›Private schooling:
›Social education:
›Educational Laws: Law for the Special Regulations Concerning Educational Public Service / Law concerning Local Public Servants / National Public Services Personnel Law / Law on Share of Allowance / Law of Securing of Capable Educational Personnel / Special Measures Law for the Payment of Salary etc. to Educational Personnel / Educational Personnel Certification Law
›Educational Administration and Finance:Law concerning Local Administration and Finance / Autonomous Law / Ministry of Education Establishment Law / Local Financial Law / Law concerning Tax Grants of Local Government / Law concerning the National Treasuryes Share of Compulsory Education Expenses / Law on Share of Allowance / Law concerning the National Treasuryfs Share of Facilities Expenses / Law concerning Relief of Natural Disaster Expenditure / Extraordinary Treatment Law concerning Rebuilding of Dangerous Facilities of Public Senior High School / Law Governing Special Measures for the Establishment of Special Schools for the Disabled

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