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Educational Achievement in Japan: Lessons for the West

Educational Achievement in Japan: Lessons for the West

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Educational standards in are the highest in the world. In this first comprehensive study of these standards Professor Richard Lynn concludes that Japanese teenagers are about two years ahead of their contemporaries in Europe and the United States.

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