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Japanese children are better students than American students due to a more active role by parents and families in their education Parents of the United States US arent as involved in the relationship of their students schooling All students who attend school in Japan start their school year in April The parents of the Japanese students believe that the April cherry blossoms bring their children luck Japanese parents decided to make an eighth grade camp for students who wish to go to high school The students go to this camp to learn what high school will be like that they will be prepared for high schoolChildren in Japan have few buses to ride to school so they walk or ride their bikes to school or if their parents have cars then they will drive themBefore you attend middle school you must take a test in elementary school to decide which school you will be attending This way makes it easier for students to learn because they have other classmates at the same level as them The parents when polled voted yes for this test Meaning that they wanted their children to take these examsAll high school students have entrance exams There are many pressures to these exams Most students want to go to high school and to college So they can support their families and maybe even theyre own future families However in order to attend high school and college you have to pass a test It is a test on language social studies math and science Now studying one subject for one test is hard enough but studying for a test on four different subjects is really hard The parents of Japanese students take on a major role in their students lives Even more so than parents of students in the United States US Children are much more independent in what they would like to do with their life and what they want to
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