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Current Situations and Issues of the Local Government-led Learning Support Projects in Remote Island

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  • 離島における自治体主導型学習支援事業の現状と課題
  • A Case Study of “Nakayoshi-juku” in Kitadaito Village
  • 沖縄県北大東村「なかよし塾」を事例に

Abstract

This paper aims to clarify current situations and issues of the local government-led learning support project in remote islands. Many local governments in remote islands provide out-of-school learning support. Especially, “Nakayoshi-juku” in Kitadaito Village, Okinawa Prefecture is recognized as “a learning support center” to solve regional education issues. And “Nakayoshi-juku” plays a part in public education in Kitadaito Village. Learning support projects are made possible by the variety of resources available. But, from a system perspective, issues of the learning support projects are securing financial resources and teachers and establishing evaluation methods. From a practice perspective, issues are building relationship with a school and creating an environment where children can learn with peace of mind. We need to continue to solve these issues and to consider ways to provide out-of-school education sustainably in remote islands from both perspective a system and a practice.

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  • CRID
    1390004222618844800
  • NII Article ID
    130007903826
  • DOI
    10.34526/jrsi.1.0_21
  • ISSN
    2435757X
  • Text Lang
    ja
  • Data Source
    • JaLC
    • CiNii Articles
    • KAKEN
  • Abstract License Flag
    Disallowed

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