Los principios de las políticas educativas en Japón sobre la atención a los estudiantes con raíces en el extranjero: una comparación con las políticas educativas sobre inmigrantes de Australia y Francia
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Power (Social sciences)
Electoral politics
Western literature (Western countries)
Western literature (Western countries)
Western literature (Western countries)


In this article, readers are going to see how foreigners’ children have been treated in the Japanese educational system. Until now, Japan does not have a specific principle idea in their policies; therefore, those are not stable and concrete. In order to investigate how national policies and its doctrine are important in the educational system, this article has examined Australia as a nation introducing the principles of multiculturalism and France as a nation introducing the republicanism in their integrated politics by doing a literature research. The literature that was used in this paper include the policies and critical papers written by experts that has allow us to analyze the pros and cons of their policies. As a result, the Japanese government is urged to create a concrete policy that would support foreign students to better adapt to the society and become a productive human resource to improve the country’s wellbeing.

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