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II Japanese Educational Administration and Finance
(1)Japanfs Fundamental Law of Education has regulations on educational objectives, and it was designed to eradicate the super-national education of the pre-World War ( period.
(2)Breaking economic barriers to receive education was a major objective of the Fundamental Law of Education system. The interpretation of education eaccording to abilityf is unequivocal.
(3)There is a discussion on the meaning of compulsory education, that is whether it means to enroll formally in schools as provided by the law or should it be understood in a broader sense.
(4)There is a discussion on the public nature of education.
(5)It includes the idea of lifelong learning and the relationship between lifelong learning and Social Education.
(6)There is a sense of avoidance of politics and religion among teachers because of the strong demand for the political and religious neutrality in education.
(7)There has been a discussion on the bounds of the state, that is how far it can participate in the stipulation and maintenance of appropriate educational conditions.

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