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| Report cards are documents of individual student achievement score and class attitudes made by the school for parents. They are prepared based on standard guidelines such as studentsf attendance records, guidance courses and performance results. There is no fixed format in writing a report card. Some schools use their own formats, and others follow regionally fixed formats.
Some schools in Japan have no report cards. Instead, opportunities are provided for home-room teachers to explain individual student achievements and attitudes to parents by holding individual meetings at the end of each school term.
(Evaluation of students -->W 25)