Japanese Education System

 General education According to the Japanese philosophy of education, the Japanese people should be educated for life. This training should be provided by both public and private institutions. Public houses, youth centers, nature centers for children, museums, libraries, physical education and entertainment centers are important institutions that organize non-formal education activities. Among these, public houses have a different place. Public houses in most of the municipalities organize various educational activities that will increase the cultural level of individuals. Teacher Training In Japan, students are admitted to teacher education through a two-stage exam. The first stage is carried out throughout the country, and the second stage is carried out by the universities. Teacher training is carried out in two ways: diploma education in education faculties or departments of universities and education universities and certified education in other faculties. In order to be appointed