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Educational support for children of foreign descent hit by virus

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There are a lot of children here who are not getting the support they need now as well, and it's regrettable, but parents are going to need to step up and do what they must for their children!

This is an opportunity for both parents and children to become more independent here .

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One respondent in the survey said it is "difficult to teach children online with the level of Japanese they have."

Difficult but not impossible.

But those teachers assigned to ‘foreign kids’ are never going to be the best or brightest, are they?

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"One respondent in the survey said it is "difficult to teach children online with the level of Japanese they have."

Absolute rubbish! That comment is a reflection of the teacher's lack of ability not the students.

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A bad workman quarels with his tools.

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To be fair, it’s not a high priority for japan, nor should it be.

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One respondent in the survey said it is "difficult to teach children online with the level of Japanese they have."

What kind of excuse is this?

How about those Japanese people who take lessons online?Are their language skills so advanced??Only a lazy person can make such a comment!

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