Tatsuhiko Hoshino, executive secretary of the Japan Association of Overseas Studies, which comprises 66 business operators that provide study abroad services. Children are studying abroad at younger ages, due partly to growing interest in English education, with some parents accompanying their children on their overseas stay.© Yomiuri Shimbun
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The age of children studying abroad is notably falling, such as elementary school students who go abroad for a short stay, or parents studying abroad with their preschool infants. Some schools teach English to children of less than one year old with a babysitter.
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