Japanese students’ English proficiency improving, gov’t says

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The English proficiency of students in public middle and high schools in Japan is steadily improving, a survey by the Ministry of Education revealed on Wednesday.

The proportion of third-year lower secondary students with English proficiency equivalent to A1 or above according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages ​​(CEFR), an international standard for grading language proficiency, is is high at 47.0% in the FY2021 survey, up 3.0 percentage points from the previous FY2019 survey.

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