Japan plans to increase the number of school support staff to ease the load on teachers

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The Ministry of Education plans to significantly increase the number of support staff for teachers in public primary and secondary schools, sources said, in a bid to ease the burden on educators.

The move, part of efforts to reform teachers’ work styles, could double funds from the fiscal year 2023 budget request for hiring school support staff, who take on tasks office duties such as answering phone calls, preparing student handouts, grading homework, and disinfecting classrooms. to prevent the spread of COVID-19

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