大阪における生活困難層の教育に関する政策分析:主に高校進学に関する諸問題に注目して [in Japanese] Policy analysis on the education of the difficult-to-live group in Osaka ―Focusing on various issues concerning high school entry mainly― [in Japanese]
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This paper examines educational policies and challenges for poverty alleviation of children, focusing on Osaka prefecture and Osaka city, especially focusing on childrenʼs and familiesʼdifficulties relating to high school entrance. In Osaka Prefecture and Osaka City, various projects such as supplementary tuition fee assistance to private high school students and assistance for private school fees have been implemented. Meanwhile, in Osaka Prefecture and Osaka City, competitionist school reforms have been carried out. For example, reforms such as consolidation of public high schools, implementation of a'challenge testʼ, and disclosure of information on junior high school attendance to high schools. As a matter of course, if you try to deal with childrenʼs poverty under a competitive school reform, each family or child will be asked for it. Anxiety about the future and a decline in motivation to learn appearing in children and families in the difficult life layer of Osaka need to be considered as a result of such school reform and childrenʼs poverty alleviation.
- Annual Bulletin of Japan Academic Society for Educational Policy
Annual Bulletin of Japan Academic Society for Educational Policy 24(0), 24-38, 2017
Japan Academic Society for Educational Policy